Legal notices

www.kedge.edu is operated by the Kedge Business School Group, an association under the French Association Act of 1901 with headquarters located at Domaine de Raba, 680 cours de la Libération, 33405 Talence Cedex, France (SIREN 514005123)

33405 Talence Cedex – France.
The site is intended solely for personal use. Access to and use of this site are subject to the current terms and conditions set out below, as well as all applicable laws. By accessing and entering www.kedge.edu the user wholly and unconditionally accepts all conditions of the current terms and conditions, which must be read upon each new visit to the site.

SITE PUBLICATIONS MANAGERS:

  • Publications Director: Thomas Froehlicher, Kedge Business School Managing Director
  • Design and production: Clever Age - 9 Rue André Darbon, 33300 Bordeaux - 05 56 48 14 20 - www.clever-age.com

Intellectual property rights

All data of whatever kind, and namely texts, graphics, logos, icons, images, audio and video clips, trademarks and software appearing on the website are protected by copyright, trademark rights and all other intellectual property rights, and belong to Kedge Business School or to third parties who have been authorised by Kedge Business School to use them. In its capacity as editor of the site, Kedge Business School grants the user private, non-collective, and non-exclusive access rights to said content. The user undertakes to not reproduce, summarize, modify, alter or redistribute any text, title, application, software, logo, trademark, information or illustration for any purpose other than strictly private use, which excludes any representation for professional purposes or large-scale redistribution, without the express prior permission of Kedge Business School. The user also undertakes to not reproduce all or part of the site on any other site or internal company network. Kedge Business School will not be held responsible for any use of information accessed by users on the site.

It is possible to use www.kedge.edu without disclosing your identity or any other personal information. With regard to personal information which you may be obliged to share with us, you have the right to access, modify, and delete this information in accordance with French data protection legislation of 6 January 1978 (“Informatique et Liberté”, n° 78-17). You may exercise this right by contacting:

  • Kedge Business School
  • IT Systems Department
  • Domaine de Luminy - BP 921
  • 13288 MARSEILLE Cedex 9
  • France

It is necessary to gather information in order to respond to your enquiries, manage appointments, and send you information via email should the need arise. We remind you that, in order to offer you products and services that are continuously adapting to your requirements, some non-personal information regarding your activity on this website is collected by cookies. A cookie does not allow you to be identified, but saves information regarding your browsing history on our website. You can disable the use of cookies by configuring the settings on your Internet browser. The various ways in which personal information is used by Kedge Business School are declared regularly by the French data protection agency CNIL.

The use of a hyperlink to www.kedge.edu requires prior written permission to be obtained from Kedge Business School. Kedge Business School will not under any circumstances be held responsible for content, nor any products or services offered, on websites where a hyperlink or any other type of link to www.kedge.edu may be found.

www.kedge.edu and the current terms and conditions are subject to French law and are prepared in French. In the case of a dispute, the French version takes precedence over any translation.

Kedge Business School strives to offer users the most reliable and highest-quality information available. However, Kedge Business School does not guarantee the accuracy of the information on this website, nor its exhaustiveness. Kedge Business School will therefore not be held responsible for direct or indirect damages suffered by users or any third party who may source information from content on this website, and more generally speaking, from consulting or using the website. Likewise, Kedge Business School does not monitor sites to which hyperlinks are provided, and accepts no responsibility for these sites or their content.

Kedge Business School will not be held responsible for direct or indirect damages, loss, or charges resulting from the use of this website, for the inability of a third party to use it, for incorrect operation, interruption, any virus, or for any other line or system problem.

Kedge Business School reserves the right to modify and update the current Terms and Conditions, and all other elements, products or services displayed on the website without prior notice. These changes are binding in their entirety to users, who should consult the current Terms and Conditions whenever they visit the site.

The user is notified that cookies may be saved on their browser. A cookie is a small file which leaves a trace of a website on your computer, in order to compile information personal to you. Cookies are used on this site to analyse web traffic with Google Analytics, share information on social media via AddThis, and create targeted advertising with Google Adsense. The user remains free to manage and delete cookies from their browser. In order to do so, you can follow the links below according to the browser in use: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Windows Internet Explorer.

If you use Internet Explorer

  • Open the browser, click on Tools then Internet options.
  • Select the General tab, and under Browsing history click on Settings.
  • Click on View files.
  • Click on the Name column heading to sort files in alphabetical order, then scroll down the list until you see file names beginning with “Cookie”. (all cookie file names begin like this, and usually also contain the name of the website which created it).
  • Select the cookie/s with “Kedge” in the name and delete them.
  • Close the window containing the list of files, then click OK twice to return to Internet Explorer.

If you use Firefox

  • Go to the Tools tab in your broswer and click on the Options menu.
  • In the new window, select Privacy and click on Show Cookies.
  • Find the files containing “Kedge” in the name. Select and delete.

If you use Safari

  • In your browser, choose Safari > Preferences.
  • Click on Security.
  • Click on Show cookies.
  • Select all cookies containing the name “Kedge” then click Remove or Remove All.
  • After you have deleted the cookies, click Finish.

If you use Google Chrome

  • Click on the Tools menu icon.
  • Select Settings.
  • Click on the Advanced Settings tab, then go the Privacy section.
  • Click on the Cookies option.
  • Find the files containing “Kedge” in the name. Select and delete.
  • Click Close to return to your browser.
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