What are cookies?

A cookie is a small file that remembers your preferences while surfing on our website and stores it on your own computer. This allows us (or a third party) to recognize your browser again.
Dutch law states that an information and consent obligation (opt-in) applies to cookies. An opt-in means that we must request permission in advance to place cookies on your computer.
We do not store any personal data and cannot see what you have done on the website.

We use three types of cookies:

Functional cookies

These cookies ensure that the website works properly. For example, they remember whether you have completed a form or the test.

Tracking cookies

These cookies allow us to analyze the website. We receive information about the functioning of the website. This way we can always improve the website.
In addition, we collect data that help determine trends, for example about the reasons for visits and which mobile phones are popular.
We also use the information from these cookies to map out problems.

Campaign cookies

With campaign cookies we analyze how often banners are clicked and how often our website is accessed by Google.
Based on this, we collect insights, such as how many people visit the website as a result of a specific campaign and whether these customers buy something.

Disable cookie collection

If you do not want us to collect this data, you can do the following:
Delete the cookies from your browser
Set your browser not to automatically accept cookies
If you set the browser too strict, it is possible that our website and other websites no longer work properly.