Cookie Policy

This cookie policy applies between you, the User of this Website and Penny Eccles Ltd (trading as Universixty), the owner and provider of this Website. Universixty Ltd (we, our or Universixty) may use cookies, and other similar tracking technologies, to support the performance and serviceability of our website. Please read the contents of this policy to appreciate how and why Universixty may use cookies and other tracking technologies and how you manage their use.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files of letters and numbers placed on your computer upon visiting a website.

Cookies help the website user to navigate around a website efficiently and complete specific operations.

Types of cookies

First and third-party cookies

First-party cookies are generated by the website visited by the user.

Third-party cookies are established by other parties, such as marketing networks, search engines, and social media providers.

Session and persistent cookies

Cookies are commonly stated as session or persistent cookies and distinguished by the time they continue to remain active.

Session cookies are temporary and will only be active while using the Universixty website. They will not persist upon closing your browser session.

Persistent cookies may reside on your computer, following termination of your browser session, for a specific period or until dynamically deleted.

Why do we use cookies?

Universixty uses cookies to help differentiate website visitors and enables Universixty to enhance your experience by improving our understanding of the website usage.

Cookies enable the Universixty website to remember your activities and preferences (such as language, font size, and other display preferences), meaning you do not need to re-enter them when returning to our website.

Hence, Universixty may use the following cookies at any time:

Strictly necessary cookies are vital for ensuring the Universixty website operates as intended. These cookies support the assembly of the web pages delivered to you, enhance your website navigation, and ease your return to pages previously accessed.

We may use these cookies to:

  • Identify to us that you have accepted the use of cookies
  • Allow Universixty to test alternative designs on our website.

Performance cookies provide Universixty the capability to count the number of site visits and traffic sources. This information provides Universixty with valuable statistics to help improve the performance of the website. Specifically, they allow Universixty to categorise the popularity of pages on our website and understand how visitors navigate the website.

We may use these cookies to:

  • Provide statistical evaluation on how the Universixty website is used, for example, the service that you have shown an interest
  • Evaluate the success of our advertising
  • Enable Universixty to monitor and improve our website by analysing your usage and activities
  • Obtain opinions and feedback on your experience of the Universixty website.

Functional cookies enable Universixty to provide superior functionality and personalisation of our website.

We may use these cookies to:

  • Recall particular settings you applied (such as colour, font size, and other display preferences)
  • Remember your choices made when searching for a service and the results
  • Share data with appropriate third parties to efficiently deliver our services
  • Enable the use of audio-visual content for playback and search functionality

Marketing cookies are deployed to track a user’s activity to assist selected third-party marketers to provide targeted advertising.

We may use these cookies to:

  • Tailor your experience of our website through personalised content
  • Provide advertisements that built on your interests and assess their usefulness
  • Limit the occurrence of adverts
  • Create a user profile based on interest in the Universixty products and services.

Tracking technologies

Universixty may use similar tracking technologies to cookies on this website, such as web beacons and tracking pixels, to improve your online experience.

A tracking pixel or web beacon is a clear graphic image positioned on a website or within an email to track users' actions when they visit a website or send emails.

Links to third-party websites

The Universixty website may include hyperlinks for your convenience. If you chose to click on a hyperlink, it will take you to a third-party website that could be using cookies.

Please note that Universixty has no control over how third-parties use or set their cookies, so we recommend that you check specific third-party websites to understand how they use cookies and how to control their use.

Management of cookies

We have provided the following hyperlinks to the most popular web browsers to help you manage your cookie settings. These web browsers can regulate cookies, in some form, through their browser settings.

If you would like more information on cookies and how to manage their use, please visit or

If you choose to block or disable the cookies that Universixty uses on this website, this may change its operation, which could cause some functions of our website not to run as intended. Universixty recommends that you accept the cookies used on our website.

Changes to this policy

Universixty may make revisions to this policy if there are changes to the cookies we use for legal, regulatory, or other business reasons.

You are advised to review this cookie policy frequently to stay up to date with our use of cookies.

How to contact us

If you have any questions about our use of Cookies, please send an email to