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Cookies contain information that is transferred to your device. A cookie message will appear on our site before we store any cookies.
Our website uses the following four categories of cookies:
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Targeting and Advertising cookies and pixels that gather information about your browsing choices on this website. They remember your visit and share this information with other organisations such as advertisers and social networks.
Study Group uses both first-party, and third-party cookies. First-party cookies are stored directly by Study Group and loaded on the website directly. These cookies primarily support our website functionality and help improve user experience and performance. Third-party cookies are set on external websites and are mainly used for tracking and advertising including displaying relevant adverts across a range of advertising partners, such as the Google Network and Facebook.
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