Online Privacy Statement

Online privacy and protection of personal information are very important. Here we outline how certain information is collected when you visit our website (, and how we use this information.

Personal information is any information about a natural person that directly or indirectly permits the identification of that person, such as, name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, date of birth, etc.

Collection and Use of Information

We access personal information that you provide when you fill online forms on our website, or when you send us an email. John Abbott College will never share this information with an external party without your consent, as per applicable legislation.

We will use your information to reply to a question that you have asked us, to give you the information that you are seeking, to register you to an information session for upcoming courses or programs, etc.

Your information is protected online and offline.

By submitting your information or by using any interactive feature available on this website, you consent to the measures we take with respect to your personal information, as outlined herein and in our guideline on the rules of governance for the protection of personal information published on our website.

Cookies and Tracking Pixels

We use cookies and tracking pixels on our website to improve your experience. A cookie is a short text stored on your computer’s hard drive that will help improve your access to our site. Tracking pixels enable us to track website visits, digital ad impressions, and other types of activity on the web.


The John Abbott College website contains links to other websites. We are not responsible for the content of those external sites, or their use of information. Please refer to their online privacy statement for further information.

Measuring Tools

John Abbott College uses Google Analytics to measure the number of visitors to the website and to understand how users interact with it, with the aim of continuously improving its functionalities. The College also measures the effectiveness of its digital promotional campaigns, which are mainly used to highlight its services and its programs of studies.

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