Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Privacy policy of the University of Tartu Delta Centre website

The Privacy Policy Notice contains useful information on how and for what purpose the Delta Website environment collects, processes and shares personal information (data).

The privacy policy is governed by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to protect the privacy of users in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Estonia and European Union legislation.

The Privacy Policy regulates the processing of personal data and the use of cookies on the website of the University of Tartu Delta Centre (hereinafter Delta) (hereinafter the Website).

If for any reason you feel that Delta has hurt you, let us know at immediately and we will do our best to remedy the situation.


Processing of personal data is any activity carried out with the personal data of a web site user (hereinafter user) – collection, processing, storing, correction or deletion of data.

Users are all persons who visit the Website, consume Services or provide information to Delta.

Services are all services provided by Delta.


By accepting the Privacy Policy, you agree to the processing of data in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

  • Website Traffic Stats – Using Google Analytics.


Delta uses personal information:

  • Delta uses website traffic statistics to improve its user experience.

Transfer of personal data to third parties:

The third party is Delta’s contractual partner, which processes personal data and provides services to the Delta user through the product or service.

Delta uses third parties for its day-to-day operations that provide:

  • Google – Analysis of website usage statistics;
  • MailChimp – software and services to distribute and analyse the newsletter.


Some pages have links to other websites or contain embedded content.

When you consume embedded content from a technical point of view, you visit another web site where the terms of that web site apply.

These pages may collect data about you, replace cookies or forward your data to third parties.


Delta will take all reasonable steps to protect the personal data we process. Only authorized persons have access to modify and process personal data, and the personal data of all users will be treated as confidential information.


The user is entitled at any time to:

  • to request access to their own data;
  • require the correction, addition or deletion of personal data under the conditions prescribed by law;
  • require the restriction of the processing of personal data;
  • require the transfer of personal data.

In order to exercise his / her rights, the user must send a request to the e-mail address

If the user believes that his or her rights have been violated in the processing of personal data, he or she has the right to appeal to the Data Protection Inspection.


The Delta website uses cookies to provide a better user experience.

A cookie is a small text file that the web browser automatically saves on a client device. Cookies are used to collect information about the customer’s use of the website in order to make the use of the website more personal and user-friendly for the customer. Cookies may be created by different service providers, such as Google and Facebook. Cookies are not dangerous to your computer.

There are two types of cookies:

  • Persistent cookies that persist in a cookie file on a user’s computer. They can be used, for example, to identify a user as a repeat visitor to a web page and to customise the content of the web page to meet the user’s needs or to collect statistical data.
  • Session cookies are temporary and disappear when a user leaves the site or quits their browser. Session cookies may be used to enable certain features of the website, such as requesting a service or product, etc.

Cookies are used to collect information about how the website is used to make it more personal and user-friendly for users. In addition, cookies help to collect user statistics, which allow you to measure and improve the performance of a website, and provide the baseline for effective marketing efforts.

A user is deemed to have accepted cookies if his or her browser settings allow cookies. Web browsers often allow default cookies to be stored on a consumer device. The user may disable or delete cookies on their device by changing their browser settings. If you do not use cookies, the website may not work properly.

To collect usage statistics, Delta uses Google Analytics to collect data about the subpages, visit time, and other statistics you visit.

However, Google Analytics may also collect user activity data without the use of cookies. To prevent Google Analytics from accessing the data, install the Google Analytics Blocking Application on your device: Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Extension.


Signing up for the Delta newsletter is optional. By signing up for this newsletter, you are agreeing that we – the Delta Center (Controller) of the University of Tartu – can send you exciting news related to our activities. There is a lot going on in the Delta. Our event schedule includes workshops, public lectures, seminars, discussions, club evenings, international conferences, information and career days and much more. Subscribe to our newsletter to get the most out of Delta activities and collaboration opportunities.

We use MailChimp software and services to distribute and analyse the newsletter. Please be assured that your information will not be communicated to other persons. You may unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time by clicking on the link in the newsletter or by sending an email to You also have the right to have your data deleted from our databases.


Delta reserves the right to unilaterally change this Privacy Policy. The updated version of the Privacy Policy is always available on the website.


In order to use the content of the Website in any form (including in part), prior written permission is required from

Each copy must be accompanied by a link to this site.

For all privacy and data processing issues, please contact us at

Contact us

Welcome to the Delta Community

Students and researchers can contact the institutes located in Delta through the University of Tartu website Partners can find suitable contacts at the Delta contacts link below.



Delta contacts

University of Tartu Delta Centre


Study and Research Building
Narva mnt 18 / 51009 Tartu / ESTONIA
Open Monday to Sunday 8 am – 3 pm (main entrance only)

Courtyard entrance only for employees with the according card.


Delta Café is open Monday to Friday 11 am – 3 pm.; +372 5302 8944


Reception Desk (only technical information):
+372 737 6363; + 372 5331 4670


Location map


Business Building
Narva mnt 20 / 51009 Tartu / ESTONIA

We use cookies on our website and Google Analytics to analyze website traffic statistics. Privacy Policy.