Data protection and personal data

Kiel University requires personal data from participants to plan and conduct the Quick and Tiny programme. Any personal data that is supplied to the CAU as part of the Quick and Tiny programme will only be saved, processed and used for planning and conducting the programme. It will not be passed on to third parties. Saving and processing the data collected here is carried out in accordance with the Data Protection Act.

By agreeing to the information for participation, participants also agree that Kiel University is permitted to save, process and use personal data for the duration of planning and conducting the Quick and Tiny programme.

Consent to data collection can be revoked with effect for the future (§27 Abs. 3 Landesdatenschutzgesetz SH (LDSG SH) of the State Data Protection Act of Schleswig-Holstein). You are also entitled to information on your stored personal data at any time.