Cookie Policy

A cookie is a small file that is downloaded to your computer when you visit certain websites. Cookies typically store the name of the domain or website you are visiting, the duration or lifetime of the cookie, and a content value - typically a randomly generated unique number. eDIL does not use cookies to store personal information about people visiting our website and typically a cookie cannot by itself identify you.

You may manually disable cookies on your computer, or delete existing cookies by adjusting your browser settings. If you normally use more than one browser be sure to adjust each browser’s settings individually.

Please note if you do not choose to accept cookies, we will not be able to personalise the website for you. For each visit, you will be treated as a new visitor and directed to the concise site.

The website is hosted by Queen’s University Belfast which employs web analysis tools such as Google Analytics. They are used to monitor the traffic to the site, to collect information about how users are using the site and to produce reports for business and marketing purposes. The information gathered is not used to identify individual users. For further information see the Queen’s University cookie statement at