Disclaimer for UoM online Systems in line with the Data Protection Act
The data controller for this online system is the University of Mauritius (UoM) whose office is situated at Reduit, Mauritius.
In accordance with the Data Protection Act 2004, the data controller will collect and maintain your personal information in order to complete the transactions and fulfill requests for services. We will process these data for administrative and analytical purposes such as handling of application, billing, and management of student & staff information. You are advised to provide the requested data, otherwise UoM shall not process your request.
All personal information is treated with the utmost confidentiality, with appropriate levels of security and protected from unauthorized disclosure. We will not sell, license, or trade your personal information to others. Some of your data, as required for provision of the particular service, may be transmitted to our service providers/partners during the execution of certain activities of the UoM. Otherwise, we will reveal your information only if it is allowed by law or authorized by you.
By submitting your data to the university, you confirm that you are fully aware of the provisions applicable under the Data Protection Act. You consent that we capture, store, update and process the data given by you.
Under the terms of the Data Protection Act you have the right to ask for a copy of any information we hold on you against payment of an administrative fee and to request the amendment of any incorrect information held. Any inaccurate or misleading data shall be rectified, blocked, erased or destroyed as soon as possible. Please contact us, with appropriate proof of your identity, in writing via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or at the postal address below if you wish to make such a request or should you be dissatisfied after making such a request. Should have any further question, please do not hesitate to contact me.
The Vice Chancellor,
University of Mauritius
The above principles also apply for information held on paper.