Cookies are small pieces of information in the form of a tiny text file that is placed on the device of a website or app user. Cookies make using a website or app faster and easier by storing data in the background, for example adding items to a shopping cart or remembering login details for future visits. Cookies can also be used to monitor how a website is used for example, what pages are visited, where the visitors came from, what they have clicked on etc.
Essential cookies enable core functionality such as page navigation and access to secure areas. The website cannot function properly without these cookies, and can only be disabled by changing your browser preferences.
Cookies can help us deliver more effective advertising on our website and apps. For example we might use a cookie to prevent you from seeing the same advert too many times or to deliver an advertisement relevant to your stage on one of our work and travel programs. Cookies can also tell us how many times you have clicked on a certain advert or how many times it is viewed.
Performance, Analytics and Research (Recommended)
Cookies help us track how well our websites, apps and services are performing such as the speed of loading or how often the website or app may crash. They can also track visitor data such as how many visitors we receive, which pages are viewed and how times they are viewed. Some of these cookies are set by third party services such as Google Analytics.