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Student marketing and recruitment privacy notice

UTS collects, stores and uses contact details it is provided to engage with its customers and future students for the purpose of recruiting students.

UTS may also collect details via UTS:INSEARCH where inquiries they receive relate to UTS courses.

If you provide your contact details

If you provide your contact details and study interests to the university, UTS will:

  • use the details you provide, including your nominated email address, to send you information about UTS course offerings. The details will also be used to develop and assess the effectiveness of the university’s marketing strategies and events, and to review associated enrolment trends over time.
  • not disclose your information unless required or permitted by law.
  • store your information securely in the university's customer relationship management (CRM) system, which is maintained and held securely with a US company under contract with UTS. UTS will take reasonable steps to ensure information provided remains secure.
  • retain your information to satisfy the above purposes and the university’s legal obligations to retain records.

You are responsible for ensuring the information you provide is correct and up to date. You can access or correct your information at any time by contacting future.students@uts.edu.au.

If you wish to unsubscribe from specific types of communications, or from communication as a whole that are sent to you via the CRM system, use the unsubscribe link in any of the email communications you have received from UTS or send your request to future.students@uts.edu.au. Note that this will not unsubscribe you from other communication from UTS where you have provided your information separately for other purposes.

UTS advertising campaigns

Separate to direct subscription with the university, UTS also targets its advertising campaigns based on online behaviour (often referred to as targeted and online behavioral advertising). This activity does not collect or use any personal information.

When unsubscribing from direct marketing activities, you may still receive other UTS advertising based on online behaviour through use of cookies or other technology. Such advertising can be prevented through the use of ad-blocking programs. (See also the section on the use of cookies in the university’s website privacy statement.)

About privacy at UTS

For further information about privacy, see Privacy at UTS.