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Cookies policy

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The Privacy Statement for OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University (

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are stored locally on your computer and is a standard technology that almost all websites use. 

Most browsers are set to automatically accept cookies, but you can choose to change these settings in your browser if you prefer. 

The revised Electronic Communications Act (sections 2-7b) require that we provide information on how we use cookies on If we have informed about what cookies we use, what information we use and the purpose of using the information, the setting in your browser is considered your consent to using cookies. See at the bottom of this page if you want to withdraw your consent or change your browser settings. 

Why does OsloMet use cookies? uses cookies to generate usage data for analytics purposes. We do not use cookies from for example Facebook, Snapchat or Google.

The data is used to improve our website, as well as to assess the impact of marketing on other digital platforms. For each page you visit, the following information is stored on our servers:

Your IP address is anonymized and cannot be linked to your person. 

  • Facebook pages uses Facebook pages to communicate with external audiences and to be able to access Facebook's advertising platform. Facebook collects personal information from everyone who visits OsloMets Facebook pages, both those who are logged in with a Facebook profile and those who visit the pages without being logged in. Facebook does this by installing cookies in your browser. 

    Facebook gives access to visitor statistics from our Facebook pages so that we can analyze how our content (posts, videos, articles, etc.) is viewed and used. We can also set up ads based on user profiles that have visited our pages. does not disclose or sell personal data we access through Facebook. 

    Read more about Facebook cookies and about what personal information that is stored.

  • Siteimprove

    Siteimprove is a tool we use to improve the quality of our web site (for example, broken links, bad spelling and accessibility). It also has an analytics module that uses the following cookie: nmstat: This cookie contains a randomly generated ID that is used to recognize your browser when you read a page. It collects statistics on the use of, which is placed when the user last visited the website. The cookie does not contain any personal information and will only be useful for web analysis.

How to delete all data about me? 

If you want to delete all data about you at OsloMet, contact

Do you want to delete pictures or videos of yourself from our website or on social media? Contact

Do you have more questions about cookies? 


Published: 14/11/2019 |