Policy of the “Cookies”

What are "cookies"?

Cookies are files or parts of information that may be stored on your computer (or other unblocked device such as a tablet or smartphone) while you are browsing a website. A cookie usually contains the name of the website that originates the “cookie life” of the cookie (that is, the length of its existence) and the value that is usually randomly generated by the original number.

What are cookies used for?

We use them to make our website easier to use and to customize your website and content for your ideas and needs. We also use them to compile anonymous, aggregated statistics to help us understand how our website is being used. Cookies also help to improve the structure and content of the site.

What type of cookies do we use?

We use two types of “cookie” – “temporary” and “permanent” on our website. Temporary cookies that are placed on your device until you leave the site. Permanent cookies remain significantly longer on your device or until you manually delete them (how long will the cookie stay on your device depend on the “cookie” lifetime and the settings of your internet browser) .

These “cookies” are necessary for the proper functioning of the website, allowing you to use its functional elements. For example, they store previous actions (e.g., open texts) while returning to a page in the same session.

What kind of data files collect?
These files do not personally identify you. If you disable the use of these cookies, this may affect the proper functioning of the site and its parts.

These cookies allow us to understand how a visitor uses the site to deliver information about the area he visited, the time he spent on the site and the issues he encountered, such as error messages. This helps us to improve the functioning of our website.

What kind of data files collect?
These files do not personally identify you. All data are collected and aggregated anonymously.

These cookies allow our websites to memorize your choices (such as user name, language or region, in which you are located), thus making more personal online approach.

What kind of data files collect?
The information that these files collect can also contain such info that can identify you and which you can access yourself, your name, email, your location, etc. If you do not activate these files, this may affect how the website works.

These “cookies” help us measure the effectiveness of the website, from where visitors come to the page, how many visitors are at a given time, what is the behaviour of its visitors on individual subpages and thus improve its content and functionality.

What kind of data files collect?
Most type of these files measure visitors using their IP address, which can generate some personal information. For more information about these files, including which data is being collected and used, read the information below.

We use the services of many module vendors on the website that are directly related to the course and features of the website. These modules can also create “cookies” in our name when you visit the site. For more information on these files or if you do not want to opt-out, read the information below.

Managing and removing "cookies"

Most Internet browsers have the original settings that automatically turn on cookies. You can change your settings to block cookies, or to display a notification that they are being sent to your device. There are many ways to manage cookies. Therefore, it is a good idea to use the instructions of your internet browser. Take a look at the help window to learn how to customize or change the settings of your internet browser for “cookie” check. You can accept or deny “cookies” as soon as the web page is loaded in the info bar in the settings section. If you change your mind, you can change the settings in the settings gear icon at the left bottom of the website. Please keep in mind that if you block some of the cookies we use, it can affect the proper display and operation of the site. If you use different devices to browse (such as a computer, tablet, or smartphone), you have to make sure that each of the browsers on your device is tailored to your preferences.

The "cookies" used on this page

Analysis / Tracking
It provides anonymous, aggregated information about where you are on the page, how much time you spend on it, and what activities you perform. For more information about the third-party file – Google Analytics

Location / Other
Supports various other parts of the website functionality. For more information on third-party files – Google Mapy


Temporary “Cookies”:
these cookies are deleted from your device after leaving the website.

“Cookies” permanent / unchanged:
these “cookies” are not removed from your device when they leave the site, they remain for a longer period.