This document explains the main ways we use your personal information whilst you are a student at The Inns of Court College of Advocacy, and after you leave. It should be read alongside the ICCA’s Privacy notice.
The ICCA will keep a record of the information provided by you on application and enrolment. We will also maintain records about your studies at ICCA, and about your use of academic and non-academic facilities and services that we offer. This personal information will include (but is not limited to):
This table shows in a general way how your personal information will be used, what the lawful justifications are and the types of external parties we may share your information with. It is not possible to provide an exhaustive list of all the specific activities where we use your personal information, but we have provided a separate schedule describing some of the main ones.
This notice below sets out information about Higher Education Statistics Agency Limited (HESA) and other controllers of your data, how and why they process your data, the legal bases for this processing, and your rights under data protection legislation.
Unless stated otherwise, we will keep your information based on the retention periods or criteria specified in the ICCA’s Records and Data Retention Schedule.
To find out more about how the ICCA deals with your personal information, including your rights and who to contact if you have a concern, please see the ICCA’s core Privacy notice here.