Cookie's policy

This website uses cookies, including third party cookies, to ensure the correct functioning of the website, to understand how you use and engage with the website, and to show you personalised marketing content and advertisements relevant to you. You can manage your preferences or reject the cookies.

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Essential cookies enable core functionality. Our website cannot function properly without these cookies. We use these cookies for language preferences, cockies settings and access to secure areas of the website.

Functional cookies enable the service to provide enhanced functionality and personalisation.

Performance cookies helps us understand how our website is being used, and improve yours experience of the website.

We use third party cookies on our site to serve you with advertisements that we believe are relevant to you and your interests.

By agreeing to this, you authorize the uploading of our Twitter timeline on our website. You also need to accept twitter cookies from its server.

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Privacy policy and cookies

Privacy policy and cookies

The CITCEA-UPC uses cookies to improve your experience and help you browse our website. We do everything possible to make it easy for you to use these cookies and to manage and control them when you use our services. Acceptance of the cookies policy The CITCEA-UPC assumes that all visitors to the corporate portal accept the use of cookies. However, it provides a link on the home pages to inform users of the cookies policy.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are stored on the device of internet users visiting a website. The operator of the website decides what type of information they contain and what their purpose is. The cookies can be used by the web server each time you visit this website. They are used to save time and to make the web-browsing experience more efficient. However, they can be used for several different purposes, ranging from remembering login information to storing a purchase order.

There are many guides on what cookies are and why they are used. Here, we will explain how cookies affect the web pages of the CITCEA but if you need more information, follow these links:

How do we use cookies?

The UPC will only use cookies that you let us use. You can control your cookies through your browser (see below for further information). We have used some of the existing guides to classify the cookies we use into several groups:

  • Performance cookies
  • Functional cookies
  • Marketing Cookies

Below you will find more information about each of these types.

Performance cookies

These cookies collect information about how you use the site (for example, the pages you visit and any errors that occur). They also help us to find and solve problems on the website. All the information they gather is completely anonymous. They help us to understand how our site works and to make appropriate improvements for easier browsing.

  • These cookies allow you to browse the website
  • They allow us to gather information on how you use the website to help us understand the usability of the site and make any necessary improvements. They do not collect any information about you that can be used for advertising purposes, or information about your preferences (including user data) beyond this particular visit

Functional cookies

We use these cookies simply to improve the user experience of our sites. You can refuse to use them at any time. We use them to remember some settings and to provide certain services or messages that may improve your experience on our site. For example, they remember the country or language you selected when you visited our site. They are not used for marketing purposes.

  • These cookies remember your login as a customer when you return to the page
  • However, they do not collect any information about you that can be used for advertising purposes, or information on your preferences (including user data) beyond this particular visit

Marketing Cookies

These cookies are managed by third parties, whose tools can be used to restrict their use. Some cookies are used to link to other websites that provide services, such as Facebook, Twitter and Google. Some marketing cookies modify advertisements on other websites to suit your preferences.

  • These cookies can be used to link to social networks
  • They send information about your visit to our website to adapt advertisements on other pages
  • In addition to accepting or refusing to use certain cookies through our web pages, you can also manage them by using your browser settings

Here is a source of information on how to do this:

We will only read or write cookies on your preferences. Those that have been installed before you change the settings will remain on your computer and you can delete them using the settings of your browser.

How to control cookies

You can control and/or delete cookies as you wish – for details, see You can delete all cookies that are already on your computer and you can set most browsers to prevent them from being placed. If you do this, however, you may have to manually adjust some preferences every time you visit a site and some services and functionalities may not work.

You can get help to change browser preferences to:

Or consult the help of the browser.