Thank you for volunteering your time to be a Mentor at the London College of Communication, UAL and support shaping the future generations of the creative industries.
Please complete this form in order to find a good match for a 'mentee'.
Criteria for mentors
For any queries, please contact Luminita Molico, Graduate Engagement Manager at email@example.com.
This Privacy Notes explains how London College of Communication, University of the Arts London collects, manages and uses your personal data, why we collect and use personal information about you, what personal data is collected and held about you which is for the sole purpose of matching you with a mentor/mentee.
Our purposes and lawful bases for processing, who we share your personal data with, relevant retention period, and how you can exercise your privacy rights.
London College of Communication, University of the Arts London is the Controller for the personal data you disclose to the LCC Industry Mentoring team via the online form.
If you are a former student of University of the Arts London this notice provides information that is in addition to information contained in the University’s alumni data protection statement.
Please read this notice to understand our practices and if you have any questions please contact us using the contact details provided.
University of the Arts London is registered as Controller with the Information Commissioners Office. Our ICO registration number is Z5620514. We manage personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the University’s Data Protection Policy.
Your personal data will not be disclosed to external organisations.
Mentors/Mentees who have been matched with you will be given the following information:
We collect and process certain data about you. This includes:
To match you with a student who requires a mentor.
Keeping you up to date with news and events which might be of interest to you, that are relevant to the Industry Mentorship scheme and other programmes and events opportunities related to enhancing students’ enterprise and employability skills.
Lawful basis of this processing is: Consent – the data subject has given consent to the processing of his or her personal data for one or more specific purposes (6(1)(a)).
Data will only be accessed by the Graduate Engagement Manager.
You can withdraw your consent at any time. You can withdraw your consent by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name and the email subject state: ‘Withdrawal of Consent from Industry Mentorship scheme’.
We will retain your application and correspondence for 3 years unless you request to withdraw or express an interest to remain on the database.
Your data will be stored securely on University systems which are encrypted and not shared with third parties.
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Equal opportunities monitoring data enables the University to identify broad trends and where appropriate plan provision and explore possible interventions to address areas of historical and persistent under-representation. In the interest of best practice and parity, applicants for vacancies are invited to provide data on a voluntary basis on ethnicity, gender, age, disability status, religion and belief, sexual orientation, transgender and caring responsibilities.
Equal opportunities monitoring informs our compliance with Equality Legislation, the University’s Corporate Strategy and our aims to promote diversity and inclusivity. Go to arts.ac.uk/about-ual/diversity for further information.
All monitoring data is kept in the strictest confidence including collation, inputting, storage, extraction and analysis.