Your personal information will be used for purposes that will help to strengthen the quality and relevance of the different programmes and research at The University of Southern Denmark. Meaning that when becoming a member of SDU Alumnet, you will be contributing with valuable information which will help to develop and improve the university.
We will be using your personal data to:
collect information concerning the status of our graduates' employment
invite you to events and other related alumni activities
offer you relevant continuing- and further education
possible participation in SDU’s mentor programme and other activities that can strengthen the students' employability
Your personal data will under no circumstances be used for any other purposes without your consent.
How we treat your information
The University of Southern Denmark will handle your data confidentially in accordance with the Act on processing of personal data, Criminal Law and Public Administration, and the information will not be disclosed or left to unauthorized or otherwise used by unauthorized persons. Your personal information will only be accessible to employees at The University of Southern Denmark.
We keep your information safe
As being the data controller, The University of Southern Denmark, has taken appropriate technical and organizational security measures to prevent data from being destroyed, lost or damaged, while also making sure that the information do not reach unauthorized persons, be misused or otherwise processed against regulations of the Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data.
If you want your data deleted
The University of Southern Denmark will delete or anonymize your data when the purpose of storing your information is no longer relevant.
Please be aware that;
you can always revoke your consent, in which case SDU will ensure that all your personal information will be deleted immediately,
you have the right to access the data processed about you,
you have the right to demand incorrect information to be corrected or deleted
you have the right to complain to the Data Protection Agency about the use of your personal information.