Rules, cancellation policies and disclaimers


Grisart Fotografia, S.L.U. (hereinafter “GRISART”) establishes in its Legal Notice the conditions and terms in accordance with current legislation on personal data protection to ensure the proper use and confidentiality in the processing of your personal data.

This Legal Notice may vary over time due to possible changes in legislation, jurisprudence or the criteria followed by the Spanish Data Protection Agency and/or the competent authority at any given time. For this reason, GRISART reserves the right to modify this Legal Notice in order to adapt it to new legislation or jurisprudence in force at the precise moment when the websites are accessed, as well as to practices in the sector.


All data provided by e-mail or electronic forms will be treated in accordance with current legislation on personal data protection, and in any case will be treated as confidential for GRISART staff who manage this information.

GRISART undertakes to protect the privacy of its customers and users of its website. In addition to the minimums established by law, the collection and processing of data is carried out under levels of security that prevent the loss or manipulation of data. This Statement describes its policy regarding the collection and use of information on this website.

Users of the website are informed that the answers to the questions posed in the data collection form located in the “Contact” tab are voluntary.

By filling in the form you agree to the inclusion and processing of the data you provide in personal data files.

Entering the data in one or more of the data collection forms implies acceptance of this Legal Notice, on the understanding that you have been informed of its terms and conditions and that you agree to comply fully with them while browsing and participating in the website.


These General Conditions have been drawn up in accordance with the provisions of Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSI-CE), Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on the Protection of Personal Data (LOPD) and Royal Decree 1720/2007, of 21 December, approving the Regulations for the development of Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on the protection of personal data (RDLOPD).

GRISART may modify these General Conditions by publishing these modifications on the portal so that Users may be aware of them, always before visiting the portal.

If any clause included in these general conditions were to be declared, totally or partially, null or ineffective, such nullity or ineffectiveness will only affect said provision or the part of the same that is null or ineffective, with the general conditions subsisting in all other respects, with said provision, or the part of the same that is affected, being considered as not being in force.


Both access to the websites and the use that may be made of the information and contents included therein shall be the exclusive responsibility of the user. Therefore, the use that may be made of the information, images, contents described and accessible through the same, shall be subject to the applicable national or international law, as well as to the principles of good faith and lawful use by the Users, who shall be entirely responsible for said access and correct use. Users are obliged to make reasonable use of the services or contents, under the principle of good faith and with respect for current legislation, morality, public order, good customs, the rights of third parties or of the company itself, all according to the possibilities and purposes for which they are conceived. GRISART assumes no responsibility, whether direct or indirect, derived from the improper use of the services or contents made by Users or third parties.


On the website there are links to other websites, but please note that this Legal Notice only applies to not to sites maintained by other companies or organisations with which has links, nor to the content published on their pages.

GRISART is not responsible for websites not belonging to GRISART which can be accessed by means of links or any content made available by third parties.

Any use of a link or access to a website not belonging to GRISART is at the user’s sole risk and GRISART does not recommend or guarantee any information obtained through a link not belonging to GRISART nor is it responsible for any loss, claim or damage derived from the use or misuse of a link, or of the information obtained through it, including other links or webs, of the interruption in the service or access, or of the attempt to use or misuse a link, both when connecting to the GRISART web and when accessing the information of other webs from the GRISART web.


The contents provided by GRISART, as well as the contents posted on the network through its web pages, constitute a work within the meaning of intellectual property legislation and are therefore protected by the applicable laws and international conventions on the subject.

Any form of reproduction, distribution, public communication, transformation, making available and, in general, any other act of public exploitation referring both to the web pages and to their contents and information, is prohibited without the express and prior written consent of GRISART.

Consequently, all the contents shown on the different websites and, in particular, designs, texts, graphics, logos, icons, buttons, software, commercial names, brands, trademarks, industrial drawings or any other signs susceptible of industrial and commercial use are subject to the intellectual and industrial property rights of GRISART or of third party owners of the same who have duly authorised their inclusion on the different websites.

The contents, images, forms, opinions, indexes and other formal expressions that form part of the web pages, as well as the software necessary for the operation and visualisation of the same, also constitute a work in the sense of Copyright and are, therefore, protected by the international conventions and national legislation on Intellectual Property that may be applicable. Failure to comply with the aforementioned implies the commission of serious illegal acts and their sanction by civil and criminal legislation.


Grisart Escola Internacional de Fotografia is not responsible for the damage, misuse, wear, theft or loss of the equipment that make up the work material of its students (cameras and accessories, hard drives, laptops, etc.) in any of the activities that are under the dynamics of training, practices or others in the student period.


By filling in the registration form for any of Grisart’s courses, students voluntarily cede their image to Grisart Escola Internacional de Fotografia and authorise Grisart to publish it on the school’s various online platforms (web, facebook, twitter, instagram, youtube, among others) or in printed publications of a didactic or informative nature.

Students also authorise Grisart Escola Internacional de Fotografia to use the work they have produced during their studies at the school for educational and promotional purposes within the framework of the school’s own activities and under no circumstances for commercial or lucrative purposes.


Cancellation consists of the total cancellation of the enrolment with the right to a refund of the total amount paid, provided that this is requested within fourteen (14) calendar days of formalising the enrolment.

The cancellation must be requested from the enrolment form that you can see in this document.

The refund of the registration fee is subject to the presentation of proof of payment made by the student. The e-mail address is:

Once the right of cancellation has been exercised in due time and form, you can request the activation of the registration again, leaving the cancellation without effect. To request it, you have to fill in this document and send it by e-mail to the following address: always before the start of the course and if there are places available.

Consequences of exercising the right of cancellation:

If you exercise your right to cancel your enrolment, Escuela Grisart will proceed to refund within a maximum period of fourteen (14) calendar days all the payments made, minus 15% for administrative costs, counting from the date on which you make the request.

For this reason, it is very important that you update your bank details that you provided at the time of enrolment, in order to proceed with the aforementioned refund.

If at the time of enrolment, you have chosen “direct debit” as the payment method and the payment has already been made, Grisart School will carry out the appropriate procedures to refund you, once the 56 days established by the banking regulations have elapsed, without any responsibility being derived towards Grisart School.

If the reason for the cancellation of the enrolment is because you have been refused a student visa, we will proceed to refund within a maximum period of fourteen (14) calendar days all payments made, minus 15% for administrative management, counting from the date you make the request, attaching the scanned official document from the Embassy or Consulate where this negative response is expressly indicated.

Once the course has started, students who decide to stop attending classes must also pay the full amount of the course.


In the event that the Health Authorities force a temporary confinement of the schools, Grisart commits itself to continue the classes in online format and to recover the subjects without ever leaving the training. We will facilitate the rhythms and dynamics so that no student is left out. Practical training will be recovered when the Health Authorities allow it, and if it is not possible in the medium term, alternatives with equivalent content will be offered.