Automated decision making
Automated decision making is used to connect student users with matched opportunities when organisations wish to
limit the volume of student users to be matched with their opportunities.
A match score is calculated to determine which students and graduates will receive communications about the
opportunity. The match score combines;
How attractive the opportunity is likely to be to the student user, based on organisation and opportunity
characteristics and student user service preferences and service use data
How strongly the student data matches the requirements of the opportunity using eCV data and psychometric
The ultimate decision about suitability for opportunities is controlled by humans, specifically our organisation
International data transfers to third countries
Gradintelligence data is stored in secure UK data centres.
We do not transfer your personal data to others outside of the EEA unless you consent to it.
If you do use the Gradintelligence service to share your personal data with third parties, for example:
If you share your electronic transcript or Higher Education Achievement Report with an embassy, employer or
university to verify your credentials
- If you apply for a matched opportunity by submitting an online application
- If you share your credentials with LinkedIn to update your certifications
We will ask you, when you initiate the transfer of data, to confirm that you understand;
- What personal data we are sharing on your behalf
- That the third party you are sharing your data with may be located overseas
That you understand that we are not in control of how your data may be subsequently processed by that third
- Our relationship, if any, with the third party
We will keep records of the consent you give us to transfer your personal data and you will have the opportunity to
withdraw your consent prior to third party access.
We take protecting your personal information very seriously and employ all reasonable endeavours, including anti
virus protection, secure database servers and firewall technology, to protect your data.
We require our clients and business partners, who have your authority to access your data, to operate similar
approaches to data security.
You recognize, however, that the Web is not an entirely secure medium and we do not warrant that our efforts to
protect your data from unauthorised access will always be successful.