Our website (the “Website”) uses technology known as cookies in order to capture information regarding the use made of the Website. We inform you that we use cookies in order to facilitate your browsing on our Website, to identify you from other users, provide you with a better experience in its use, or to identify problems in order to improve our Website. Furthermore, should you consent to such, we will use cookies that will allow us obtain more information about your preferences and personalise our Website in accordance with your individual interests. The purpose of this cookie policy is to inform you in a clear and concise manner about the cookies used on our Website (the “Cookie Policy”). We inform you that this document is complemented by the Legal Notice, the Privacy Policy and the General Contracting Terms and Conditions, which in their entirety comprise the legal texts governing the Website. Should you wish to receive more information regarding the cookies we use on the Website, you may send an email to the following address:

A cookie is a file that is downloaded onto your computer in order to store data that can be updated and recovered by the entity responsible for its installation. The information gathered using the cookies may include the date and time of visits to the Website, the products consulted, pages visited, time spent on our Website and the websites visited immediately before and after. By using this information we can focus and adjust the services in the most effective manner in order to provide you with a better experience as a user.


Cookies can be classified into a variety of categories depending on their characteristics. Our Website uses the cookies that are described as follows:

Own cookies

These are cookies that are sent to your computer and managed exclusively by ourselves in order to improve the functioning of the Website. The information we gather is used to improve the quality of our service and your experience as a user.

Third-party cookies

If you interact with the content of the Website, third-party cookies may also be installed. Third-party cookies are those installed by a domain other than our website. We cannot access the data stored on the cookies from other websites when you browse said websites. On our Website we also use the Google Analytics audience measuring system, a web analysis tool by Google which allows us to know how users interact with our Website.

“Analytical” cookies

These are cookies which, together with our server log files, allow us to know the total number of users visiting our Website and which parts are most popular. Thus we are able to obtain information that can help us improve browsing and provide a better service to users and customers. These types of cookies allow us to improve usability and experience when using our Website.

Personalisation cookies

These allow the user to access the services with some pre-defined characteristics of a general nature depending on a series of criteria on the user terminal, such as configuring the language when creating their account.

Session cookies

These types of cookies gather and store data only while the User is visiting the Website, such as the list of products that make up their order. Below follows a list of cookies that you may find on our Website and a brief description of their purpose.

When browsing and remaining on our Website you consent to the use of the cookies mentioned above, the periods detailed and the conditions contained in this Cookie Policy.

List of cookies used by ABA English and third parties

Cookie Name Type Purpose/More information
ABA English user
(English Worldwide SL)
aol Own Permits the identification of the user type in order to provide a more specific experience on ABA English.
Google Analytics (Google Inc.) _utma
Own Google Analytics cookies anonymously capture standard registration information and data on the habits of visitors. Further information:
Optimizely (Optimizely, Inc.) optimizelyEndUserId
Own Optimizely is a tool in order to test and improve the usability and experience of the users within ABA English.
Facebook (Facebook Inc) _ga
Own We use the Facebook cookie so that, thanks to the local storage and other similar technologies, we know when you access Facebook.
Criteo Display (Criteo SA) _uid
Own We use the Criteo Cookie to obtain information about the user which allows us to offer advertising for ABA English.
Adwords (Google Inc) _a
Own ABA English uses this Google cookie in order to offer the user advertising for ABA English.
Google Analytics (Google Inc.) _utma
Own Google Analytics cookies anonymously capture standard registration information and data on the habits of visitors. Further information:


In any case, we inform you that given that cookies are not necessary for the use of our Website, you can block or disable them by activating the configuration on your browser which will allow you to refuse the installation of all cookies or some of them. The majority of browsers warn of the presence of cookies or automatically refuse them. If they are rejected, you will be able to continue using our Website, although the use of some of its services may be limited and therefore your experience on our Website will be less satisfactory.


If at any time you would like to withdraw your consent regarding this Cookie Policy, you must delete the cookies stored on your computer using the settings and configurations of your Internet browser. For further information on the elimination, disabling or blocking of cookies, please visit:


Unless you have altered the settings of your browser, our system will create cookies whenever you visit our Website. Please bear in mind that all Internet browsers allow the settings to be changed. For further information on how to alter your cookie settings on the following browsers, we have provided the relevant link:

It is possible that we may update the Cookie Policy of our Website; therefore, we recommend reviewing this policy every time you access our Website in order to be adequately informed regarding how and why we use cookies. The Cookie Policy was last updated in July 2017.