LCSE Privacy Policies


Privacy Policies

At LCSE, we are responsible for the secured custody of information that the learners provide to us directly or via our website. We assure our learners and other stakeholders that we are handling, and will continue to handle the private data professionally, securely and in accordance with the new General Data Protection Regulations. We respect the rights to privacy and to the protection of personal information. The purpose of this privacy notice is to explain how we collect and use personal information for the provision of our services and the daily running of the college and to outline what rights the learners have in relation to the personal information.

Personal information

Personal information is any information used to identify someone. When learners disclose their personal information to LCSE, we will then be responsible for how and why the information is kept and safeguarded.

Collection of Information

LCSE only obtains personal information if it is being directly given to us with the consent of the concerned person. This can be in the following formats: direct contact, email or information provided through online forms. Types of information we may process. We process a different sorts of personal information including basic information such as:

  • Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Address (present and permanent)
  • Copy of passport
  • Visa details
  • Email address and telephone numbers
  • Next of kin
  • Flight details
  • We may also require data in relation to medical conditions, special needs and particular requirements which and may need to collect personal information in photographic or video form. How do we process the personal information? The processing of personal information is controlled by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). To comply with GDPR, LCSE is obliged to ensure that all personal data is kept up to date, stored safely and destroyed in a secured manner. Personal data is only used for the purpose it is collected for and will remain protected from loss, unauthorised access and disclosure.

    Purpose of Using Personal Information

    LCSE will only use personal information for specific purposes relating to the administrative, academic and business management of the college including:

  • Enrolment
  • To assist with the visa applications
  • For immigration purposes
  • To process financial transactions
  • To book accommodation
  • For the promotion of the College
  • If we wish to use personal data for any new purpose, we will inform the concerned person of our plans in advance and seek prior consent.

    Security of Information

    We are committed to ensuring that all the personal information is secured with us. All information submitted directly or via our website is fully protected both online and offline. Personal information will be made available to appropriate person(s) on a strictly ‘need to know’ basis. This will involve the use of original documents and/or scanned copies of original documents being given to appropriate person(s) by email and/or directly by hand. All computers and manual filing systems in which LCSE store information are kept in a secure environment.

    Sharing With Third Parties

    LCSE will not share any personal information with anyone outside of the college unless we have express permission to do so. We will not sell or rent any data or pass on your personal information to any third party. Personal information may only be transferred outside of the UK if we get the prior permission to do so

    Duration of Information Storage

    Due to legal and operational obligations we may keep personal information for an indefinite period unless we receive request from the concerned person to remove it from our system after an agreed period.

    Rights of Learners about Personal Information

    Under GDPR the learners have certain legal rights to control their personal information and the manner in which we process it. This includes:

  • A right to access
  • A right to restrict processing
  • A right to object to processing for a purpose for which it was not provided
  • A right to withdraw your consent at any time
  • A right to correct inaccurate information or update incomplete information
  • A right to receive information in a portable form
  • A right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Commissioner
  • There are legal restrictions on individuals’ rights to data protection prescribed by law. The basis for restricting personal data rights are summarised below:

  • National Security
  • Defence
  • Public Security