Privacy policy

The owner and administrator of the website is the Polish-U.S. Fulbright Commission, with its registered office at ul. K.I. Gałczyńskiego 4, 00-362 Warsaw, NIP: 526-17-19-106, REGON: 012580212. All questions related to the functioning of the website or the privacy policy should be directed to [email protected]

Unless otherwise stated, the content on our website is made available under the CC BY-NC 4.0 license and is for informational and educational purposes only. We strive to ensure the highest quality and accuracy of the published content; however, if you come across information on our site that is out of date, incomplete, or misleading, please contact us.

Cookies are small text files sent by the website to your computer in order to enable it to remember specific information about the internet connection session. More information about cookies can be found, for example, at

Our website uses two types of cookies – session and permanent. Session cookies are temporary, they are stored until you leave the website (by going a different page, logging out, or closing the browser). Permanent cookies are stored in the end user’s device until they are deleted by the user, or expire due to their duration settings.

The user may, at any time, change the settings in their browser in order to block the use of cookies, or to obtain information each time a request is made to place one on their device. Other available options can be checked in the settings of your web browser. Please note that most browsers, by default, are set to accept cookies on the end user’s device.

Disabling cookies does not block access to any information or resources on our site; however, it can affect the way in which they are displayed.

The Polish-American Fulbright Commission, based in Warsaw, is the entity placing information (in the form of cookies and other similar technologies) on the end user’s device (e.g. computer, laptop, smartphone) and accessing them. Our website uses tools such as Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel, which can also place cookies on the end user’s device and use them.

What do we use cookies for?

  • We use cookies to adjust the content of the website to match the individual preferences of the user (e.g. screen resolution, language version, etc.).
  • We use cookies to accelerate page loading by saving some elements that make up the pages to the cache of your device, (e.g. headers and footers).
  • We use the Google Analytics’ tool to collect and analyze anonymous statistical data, such as, the type of device and operating system you use, your location, and the time spent on the site. Thanks to this data, we can better understand the behavior and preferences of our users and adjust the website to their expectations. To learn more, or see how you can turn off Google Analytics cookies, please visit:
  • We use Facebook Pixel to be able to customize ads on Facebook. To learn more, or see how you can turn off these files, please visit:
  • We use social network plug-ins from the following sites: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube; thanks to which, content from these websites can be embedded in our website.

Personal data

We do not collect any personal data when you visit our website. You may decide to send us your personal data voluntarily, for example, in an email with a comment or question, in which case we will use your data only to reply to your message. With the exception of legally-ordered investigations, we do not forward e-mails to any outside organizations.

In most cases we do not delete the messages we have received, but instead, archive them. At your request, we can delete a message and the e-mail address associated with it. Such requests should be sent to [email protected]

External links

Our website contains links to social websites and other types of third party websites. By using the link you are leaving our website and going to an external site where you are subject to the privacy policies of the external party.
We make every effort to post links only to verified and secure third party websites, however, we are not responsible for the content contained in them.

Last updated: May 10, 2018