Terms and Conditions

Website owner

Mosa Ballet School

Place Saint-Paul
4000, Liège


Intellectual property and trademarks

Website: © Fondation Benjamine De Cloedt, all rights reserved.

Photos & illustrations : © Olympe Tits, © Lorraine Wauters, © Sam Asaert, © Robin Nicolas, © Luna Jacobs,  © Marc Haegeman
This website fully complies with legislation in force on copyright and intellectual property. All text, images and other content are copyright.

Web creation and hosting

Mosa Ballet School

14 Place Saint-Paul
 4000, Liège
 - Belgique
Email: hello@mosaballetschool.eu

Website: www.mosaballetschool.eu

Web Hosting / Data centre

This website is hosted by the company OVH.

Simplified joint-stock company, registered capital €10,069,020

Trade and Companies Register of Lille 424 761 419 00045

Main Activity Code 2620Z

VAT No. FR 22 424 761 419
Registered office: 2 Rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France

Tel.: +33 899 701 761 – Fax: +33 3 20 20 09 58

Email: support@ovh.com

Website: www.ovh.com

Conditions of use

Conditions of access to website

Any person (hereinafter the “user”) accessing this website (hereinafter the “website”) shall be deemed to have unconditionally accepted all the terms and conditions of use of the site, as published by its owner (hereinafter the “publisher”).

The website is accessible at all times anywhere in the world. Users connecting to the website shall have sole responsibility for complying with the legislation and regulations in force in their country of residence or the country from which they visit the website.

Amendments to these Conditions of Use, Jurisdiction and Applicable Law

These terms and conditions of use may be changed by the publisher at any time. The terms and conditions applicable to use of the website shall be those available and published on the website at the time when it is visited by the user. If any term or condition of use of this website is null or void, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining terms and conditions.


Although all the information on this website has been carefully checked, users should be aware that no guarantees can be given with regard to its accuracy. In no circumstances can the publisher be held liable regarding the accuracy of the information given, and no guarantee can be given that the data are complete, accurate, or up-to-date. All information is provided subject to amendments, errors, or omissions.

The publisher also accepts no liability for content originating from third-party websites with links from or to this website.

Finally, the publisher accepts no liability and provides no guarantee in the event of any interruption or malfunction of the website. The publisher also accepts no liability for any direct or indirect harm suffered by any user following access to or use of the website.

Personal Data Protection and Confidentiality Policy

Personal data processing

Personal data will only be collected and processed in accordance with the legislation on data protection.

In certain cases, in particular when users submit personal data by filling in and returning one of the forms on the website, certain personal data may be saved on the server. The publisher processes personal information received from users exclusively to respond to their requests and for the purposes of any future email correspondence regarding any commercial relationship between the user and publisher.

The user’s personal data may be saved on the server for backup/logging/statistical purposes for a period of not more than 26 months, after which they will be automatically deleted.

The user’s personal data will be considered confidential and treated as such and will therefore never be sold or forwarded to third parties without the prior consent of the user.

Users may access, correct, update or request deletion of their personal data at any time by applying in writing to: hello@mosaballetschool.eu

Information notice regarding the processing of personal data performed by mosa ballet school

Legal basis for processing

The purpose of this policy is to inform you about how Mosa collects and processes your personal data.

Mosa ensures compliance with applicable legislation, including:

• General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council of 27 April 2016
• Law of 30 July 2018 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data ("the Law")

Purposes of processing

The processing activities are carried out to enable Mosa to organize and manage dance education as well as its philanthropic program "Quand on Danse." These processes also allow Mosa to provide you with information related to courses, examination results, and artistic events organized by Mosa (newsletter).

These processing activities are based on:

• the execution of a contract or agreement to which the person is a party, or the performance of pre-contractual tasks in anticipation of a future contract or agreement
• the provision of dance education
• the management of the student's life within or outside of Mosa
• the protection of vital interests of the data subject or another natural person (e.g., in case of emergency admission to a healthcare service)
• the performance of a public interest mission vested in Mosa
• legal obligations imposed on Mosa
• Mosa's legitimate interests
• the consent of the data subjects

Some processing activities are also carried out for statistical purposes.

Recipients of data

Within Mosa, the recipients of the data are employees responsible for the management and organization of dance education provided by Mosa Ballet School.

These employees have access to the data strictly to the extent necessary for the performance of their duties. Access to this data is based on individual and limited access authorizations. Individuals with access are subject to confidentiality obligations.

The personal data processed by Mosa may also be transmitted to third parties (consultants and subcontractors, ministries and public administrations, judicial or administrative authorities, publishers, other educational institutions or associations active in the field of therapeutic dance, partners, public or private funding organizations, NSSO, etc.) only if:

• Such transmission is necessary for the purposes for which the data is processed, or
• Mosa is legally obliged to do so, or
• Mosa engages external service providers to process data on its behalf and under its instructions.

The personal data collected by Mosa is hosted within the European Union. The data is not transferred to a third country.

Data protection

Mosa implements appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect personal data against unauthorized alteration, accidental or unlawful loss, use, disclosure, or access, including:

• Appointment of a data protection officer
• Raising awareness among its employees about the confidentiality requirements when accessing personal data
• Securing access to premises and IT platforms
• Explicit consent from individuals for the use or dissemination of photos and videos
• Ensuring secure access, sharing, and transfer of data
• High standards of data protection when selecting subcontractors and partners

Right to image

The right to one's image is recognized, and it is up to the individual to decide whether images in which they and/or their child appear can be taken and used. Mosa requires explicit written consent for this purpose.

Data retention

Data and information relating to you are kept for the duration necessary to achieve the purposes of the processing, in accordance with applicable legal provisions or the purposes for which they were collected.

Your rights

Subject to limited conditions, you have the right to access your data, the right to rectification when your data is inaccurate or incomplete, the right to limit the processing of your data, the right to object, the right to erasure, and the right to data portability. You have the right to access, rectify, and, where applicable, limit the processing of your personal data.

The user has the right to consult, correct, update, and request the deletion of their personal data at any time by sending a written request to the following address:


Data controller

For any information, you can contact the data protection officer or the data controller:

Mr. Damien Comeliau
14, Place St Paul
B-4000 Liège