This Privacy Policy explains how StudyOversea collects and uses your personal information when you visit our sites (including flexible simplified forms) and applications that have an approved link to this Privacy Policy ["Site" and "Sites"].

We get information about you from a variety of places, including your use of the Sites, third-party sites, and web-based social networking. You fully consent to the collection, exchange, control, storage, disclosure, and other uses of your data as indicated in this Privacy Policy when you access the Sites.

We may refresh this Privacy Policy every once in a while. You are proceeding with utilization of the Sites after our refresh constitutes your acknowledgment of the refreshed Privacy Policy.

What Does This Privacy Policy Cover?

Documents/Updates - All of StudyOversea's records are licensed to various channels and are hosted on popular blog forums, technology, and audio/video hosting websites. Only after properly copying them to our servers and following copyright restrictions do we make them available to our visitors/users.

We Are Concerned About Your Privacy.

On our website Routine Information Collection, this privacy statement explains what personal information we collect and how we use it. IP addresses, program subtleties, time stamps, and appealing sites are just a few instances of data that can be gathered. None of this data can be used to track individual visitors to our website. The data is utilized for routine organization and support, and it tells me which websites and data are the most valuable and accommodating to visitors.

 What Information Do We Collect?

We collect the following types of information from our customers: Information You Provide to Us:

We collect Personally Identifiable Information from you when you communicate with our Sites. We may, for example, ask for your name and email address if you consent to get our leaflet, send us an email, engage in a study, or offer us feedback.

Your postings and any Personally Identifiable Information contained in the posts will be gathered and accessible for others to see if you present content at any gatherings or participate in long-range interpersonal communication features offered on our Sites. If you don't mind, think about whether you really need your Personally Identifiable Information to be publicly accessible before you include it in your post.

Site Usage Information -As a result, we collect some types of information concerning activities on our Sites, such as the number and frequency of visitors to our Sites. This information is gathered and anonymized or de-identified, so it does not identify specific clients, such as yourself. We use Google Analytics to collect this type of information, therefore Google may use it as well.

Email Communications - We may get email action information from your email provider if you send us an email that we respond to, or if you subscribe to our bulletin or a similar service that allows us to send you messages. This information is used to better understand and improve our email correspondence and the Sites. If you don't want to receive emails from us, you can opt-out by tapping the "withdraw" interface in any email we give you. If you don't mind, keep in mind that you won't be able to opt-out of certain exchanges with us, such as regulatory data related to the Sites.

Third-Party Services - As previously stated, we may allow you to link your data to our Sites via Third Party Services such as Facebook, Google+, and Twitter ("Social Network Accounts"). If you connect your Social Network Accounts to our Sites, we may get information about you from the Third Party Service. Any data we obtain from the Third Party Service will be governed by the Third Party Service's terms and conditions, as well as the security restrictions you have enabled on your Social Network Account with that Third Party Service.

We might acquire statistics and intriguing information from third-party firms that spend a lot of time collecting client data. We use this information, combined with other information we have about you, to better anticipate your preferences, better direct our and our business partners' advertising efforts, improve our product development, and better examine client data for internal business purposes.

The Third Party Service may also access data you provide to us or exercises you complete on our Sites while logged into your Social Network Account with that Third Party Service, and this access will be governed by the Third Party Service's terms and conditions as well as the security controls you have enabled on your Social Network Account with that Third Party Service. Before joining your Social Network Account, we strongly advise you to research your Third Party Service's tactics.

How We Collect Information From You

We utilize a few strategies to gather data from you. As said above, we utilize Google Analytics to gather numerous kinds of Site use data. Also, we may use:​

Cookies -When you use our Sites, a cookie is a little text file comprising a string of characters that is transmitted to your device. When you visit our Sites for the first time, cookies allow our Sites to recognize your device or software.

If you are concerned about your privacy, you may disable cookies in your browser settings. It is not suggested that you disable cookies for all websites because this may cause issues with your ability to utilize some of them. Disabling or enabling cookies on a per-site basis is the best solution. Instructions on how to block cookies and other tracking technologies can be found in your browser's manual. Without cookies, certain Site features may not work properly.

We use cookies to better understand how users interact with the Sites and to improve the content and services we provide. We may use cookies to control ad display, track Site usage patterns, customize the information you view when you visit the Sites and track subscription requests for our services. Our cookies may collect Personally Identifiable Information (PII) or information that has been aggregated, anonymized, or de-identified. Without cookies, some elements of the Site may not function properly.

Where applicable, this site uses cookies to retain information about a visitor's preferences and history in order to better serve the visitor and provide them with different content. Advertisement partners and other third parties may also use cookies, content, and web reference points to track visitors to our website in order to display advertisements and other useful information. Such tracking is done expressly by third parties through their own servers and is subject to their own security policies.

GIF - Clear GIFs (also known as web signals or pixel labels) and similar technologies may be used to collect information when you visit our Sites. We may also use clear GIFs in our communications with you (for example, messages) to track data such as whether you have received and opened our correspondence. A recognizable GIF is a one-pixel, plain graphic (but it can also be a noticeable picture), found on a page or in an email or other type of message, and recovered from a remote website on the Internet, enabling the confirmation of a person's inspection or receipt of a page or message. We may be able to link your survey or receipt of a page or message to other data about you, including your Personally Identifiable Information, using a reasonable GIF.

Gadget/Device Identifiers - When you use our Sites using a mobile device, such as a smartphone, we may collect information using or linked to one-of-a-kind identifiers assigned to your phone, known as gadget identifiers. You can limit the use of gadget identifiers by going to your device's settings and either restricting the use of gadget identifiers or resetting your device's identifiers.

IP - Your Internet Protocol ("IP") address is usually associated with the device through which you access the Internet. IP addresses are assigned based on the geographic location of the device or PC you are using and can be used to identify the geographic location of the device or PC you are using to access our Sites. Your IP address may be collected. We may use your IP address to assist diagnose problems with our systems, compile broad statistical data, and regulate the Sites. We may also link this information to your Personally Identifiable Information if we believe it is necessary to ensure compliance with our guidelines and agreements or Terms of Use or to ensure Site activities, clients, or visitors.

Area Information - On the off chance that you are getting to our Sites by means of a cell phone, we may gather your geographic area. You can restrict our entrance to your geographic area by heading off to your gadget's settings.

Special Note About Google Advertising and Others.

Treats can be used to control any advertising delivered by Google, Inc. and associated companies. These cookies allow Google to show you advertisements based on your visits to this site and other sites that use Google advertising services. Find a way to stop using Google's treats. As previously stated, Google's tracking via cookies and other technologies is subject to Google's own privacy regulations.


If you have any questions or concerns regarding privacy while using the Sites, you may contact us at [email protected] We will make every effort to resolve your concerns.

Google Advertising

What is the DART cookie from DoubleClick? Google uses the DoubleClick DART cookie in adverts provided on publisher websites that display AdSense for content ads. A cookie may be dropped on a user's browser when they visit an AdSense publisher's website and either view or click on an ad. The information obtained by these cookies will be used to assist AdSense publishers in better serving and managing advertising on their site(s) and across the internet. By visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy, users can opt out of the DART cookie's use.