​On May 26th 2011 the law on Cookies changed for any site within the EU.  

This page describes the policy for the website www.fife.ac.uk and does not cover any other websites or services linked to from this website.  External websites should have their own policy in this area.

What is a Cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that is left on your device, PC, Mobile etc. which is used to store information in relation to the website or service you are visiting.

You can find up-to-date information clearly explaining how to control or delete cookies on your Windows PC or Apple Mac at www.aboutcookies.org 

What is the Change? 

Websites must now seek informed consent prior to setting any cookies which are not ‘strictly necessary’ for a service requested by the user.

The Fife College website does not use cookies which are not 'strictly necessary'. 

What Cookies are used?

When viewing videos on some of our pages a cookie is set.  This cookie comes from YouTube as the host of the videos.

The online application form also uses cookies which can be identified as coming from registry.adamsmith.ac.uk

Our Live Support facility (Livezilla) also makes use of a cookie.