The present General Conditions govern the use (including mere access) of the webpages of the STUDIORISE website, including contents and services made available therein (the “studiorise website”).

Any person that accesses the studiorise website (“User”) accepts to submit to the General Conditions in force from time to time.

the contents and services that STUDIORISE makes available to the User in the STUDIORISE website (respectively, “Contents” and “Services”) may also be governed by particular conditions that, in case of conflict, shall prevail over the General Conditions (the “Particular Conditions”). The User, whenever they use each Content or Service, submits and accepts also the corresponding Particular Conditions applicable.

Consequently, the User must read attentively the General Conditions whenever they wish to use the STUDIORISE website, as well as, as is the case, the corresponding Particular Conditions, whenever they intend to use each Content or Service.

in any case, STUDIORISE reserves the right to alter, at any moment and with no prior notice required, the presentation and configuration of the STUDIORISE website, as well as the present General Conditions or the corresponding Particular Conditions.


Unless stipulated otherwise, use of the STUDIORISE website will be free of charge, without prejudice of the cost of the connection of the corresponding electronic communications network through which the User accesses it.

the User knows and accepts, voluntarily and expressly, that use of the STUDIORISE website is always under its sole and exclusive responsibility.

In using the STUDIORISE website, the User commits to not carry out any act that may hinder or damage the image, interests and rights of STUDIORISE or third parties, or that may hinder, damage, render useless or overcharge the STUDIORISE website or that prevents, in any way, normal use of the STUDIORISE website.

STUDIORISE adopts safety measures reasonably adequate to detect the existence of viruses. Nevertheless, the User must be aware that the safety measures of computer systems in the Internet are not entirely reliable and, thus, STUDIORISE may not guarantee the inexistence of viruses or other elements that may cause changes to the User’s computer systems (software and hardware) or digital documents and files contained there in.


The Contents of the STUDIORISE website are made available to the User by STUDIORISE, with information from own and third-party sources.

STUDIORISE endeavours that Contents have the highest possible quality and be reasonably updated, but does not guarantee the usefulness, accuracy, exhaustiveness, pertinence and/or update of Contents.


Under the present General Conditions (or by accessing the STUDIORISE Site or using its Contents and Services) no intellectual or industrial property right is granted over the STUDIORISE website or any of its elements; Users are expressly forbidden from reproducing, transforming, distributing, publicly communicating, making available, extracting, reusing, resending or using them in any nature, by any means or procedure, except for cases in which that is legally allowed or authorised by the holder of the corresponding rights.

The User may view and obtain a temporary private copy of the Contents, for their exclusive, personal and private use, in their computer systems (software and hardware), whenever that is not aimed at developing commercial or professional activities. The User must refrain from obtaining or trying to obtain the Contents by different means or procedures that those made available to them, as is the case, offered for that purpose or usually used in the Internet (and that, in this latter case, do not represent a risk of damage or destruction of the STUDIORISE website).

All texts, graphs, editorial content, data, graphic art, designs, HTML, photographs, music, sounds, images, software, videos or other content that Users see or read in the Service are held by STUDIORISE or used under the authorisation of the holders of rights. This material is protected by every way, means and technologies already known or to be developed. STUDIORISE holds property of all such material, as well as coordination, selection, combination and perfection thereof. This material is protected by the laws that govern author’s rights, patents, brands and others, both nationally and internationally. Users may not copy, download, use, redesign, reconfigure or retransmit anything from the Service without prior consent from STUDIORISE in writing. Using this material is prohibited without consent from STUDIORISE and/or the holders of rights.

STUDIORISE is a trademark, including its logo.

Copying or using any of this brands, logos or names without prior consent in writing from their holder is forbidden.

the User must observe, at every moment, all intellectual and industrial property rights over the STUDIORISE website, owned by STUDIORISE or third parties.


The Service may contain profiles, e-mail systems, blogs, message boards, applications, job publications, newsgroups, forums, communities and/or other means of communication (“Public Areas”) that allow communication between Users.

These common areas may be used only to send and receive messages and the sort, relevant and adequate to the forum in question.

Without exception, the User may not:

  • Defame, insult, harass, persecute, threaten or violate legal rights (namely the right to privacy) of others in any other way; 
  • Publish, post, upload, distribute or disseminate any name, topic, material or information that is profane, defamatory, obscene or unlawful;
  • Use the Service for any purpose that breaches the rules of local, national or international law;
  • Upload files that contain software or other material that breaches the right to intellectual property (or right to privacy) of third parties;
  • Upload files that contain viruses, Trojans, corrupted files or similar software that may damage the computer of other users;
  • Publicise or offer products or services that are not relevant for the Service;
  • Make or forward surveys, competitions, Ponzi schemes or chain letters;
  • Act in the name of another person or allow another person to use their identification to post or see comments;
  • Post the same note repeatedly (known as “spamming”);
  • Spamming is forbidden; 
  • Download files uploaded by another User known to them, or that they are expected to know, or distribute it through the Service;
  • Restrain or inhibit other users from accessing Public Areas;
  • Insinuate or state that statements made by the User are approved by STUDIORISE, without prior consent in writing therefrom; 
  • Use any automatic and/or manual process to track or index STUDIORISE;
  • Hack or interfere with STUDIORISE, its servers or network;
  • Adapt, alter, license or sub-license the brand “STUDIORISE” for personal or commercial use; 
  • Remove or alter, visually or otherwise, author’s rights, trademarks or property rights and brands held by STUDIORISE; 
  • Upload offensive and/or damaging contents, including, namely, contents that defend, approve, tolerate or promote racism, intolerance, hatred or physical violence against any person or group;
  • Upload content that provides material or access to material that exploits people under 18 years of age in abusive, violent or sexual ways;
  • All mailing to Public Areas will be public, STUDIORISE taking no responsibility for the actions of other users regarding those contents.


only the registered User is authorised to access their account, remaining responsible for keeping the confidentiality of any password and account number that they provide to access the Service.

the User is fully responsible for all activity that occurs through their account or use of their password.

STUDIORISE has no control of the use of the account of any User and expressly declines any responsibility thence arising.

if the User suspects of undue use by another of their password or account, or if they suspect of any other safety breach, they must immediately contact STUDIORISE.


Connections (such as hyperlinks) from STUDIORISE to other sites are not tantamount to approval by STUDIORISE of said sites or their content.

These connections are provided for reference and user convenience only. STUDIORISE does not control those sites and is not responsible for their content.

The existence of connections in the Service to those sites does not mean that STUDIORISE approves of any material shown therein, or that has any association with its operators.

It is the user’s responsibility to assess the content and usefulness of the information obtained from those sites.

the use of sites controlled, held and operated by third parties is governed by the Terms and Conditions of Use and the Privacy Policies of those sites, and not by the Terms of Use of STUDIORISE.

Access to those third-party sites is on the User’s account and risk.

STUDIORISE expressly declines any responsibility arising from using and/or viewing any site or other material associated to connections shown in the Service. The User agrees under the present Agreement to exempt STUDIORISE of any liability that may arise from using connections shown in the Service.

  1. a) Hyperlinks

The User and, in general, any natural or legal person wishing to establish a hyperlink or technical connection device (for example, links) from their website to the STUDIORISE website (“Hyperlink”) must procure prior authorisation in writing from STUDIORISE.

Establishing the Hyperlink does not imply, in any case, existence of any relations between STUDIORISE and the proprietor of the website or webpage where the Hyperlink is established, or acceptance or approval by STUDIORISE of their contents or services.

In any case, STUDIORISE reserves the right to forbid or render useless at any moment any hyperlink to the STUDIORISE website, especially in cases of unlawful activity or contents of the website that includes the hyperlink.

  1. b) Interlinked sites

STUDIORISE website make available to the User, solely for purposes of searching and accessing information, contents and services available online, hyperlinks or technical connection devices (for example, links) that allow the User to access sites or portals belonging to or managed by third parties (“Interlinked sites”).

STUDIORISE does not offer or market, by themselves or through third parties, information, contents and services available in Interlinked sites, nor does it approve, supervise or control in any way the contents and services and any material of any nature existing therein, the User taking exclusive and full responsibility for navigation therein.


Visits to the STUDIORISE website do not entail automatic registration of any personal data that identifies a User. There is, nevertheless, some information that is not personal or identifiable with a concrete User that is collected and recorded in the Internet de of STUDIORISE (for example, the User’s type of Internet browser, the User’s operating system to access the webpages of the STUDIORISE website), with the aim of improving the User’s navigation and management of the STUDIORISE website.

Nevertheless, to use certain Contents or Services, STUDIORISE may ask the User for certain personal data. STUDIORISE will provide the User with the necessary information to expressly provide prior consent to treatment of their personal data for one or more specific purposes by STUDIORISE and incorporation in the corresponding files owned by STUDIORISE.

The data collected are processed automatically and aimed, within STUDIORISE, at establishing the quality of User/Client, consequent collection of vouchers and future contacts, namely direct marketing actions.

The data collected are also aimed at fulfilling legal obligations and use in contractual relations with Insurers, Banks and other Institutions, STUDIORISE committing to keep strict secrecy of all data, reserving access thereto as exclusively required for its normal activity.

The User expressly authorises transmission of their personal data to trade partners of STUDIORISE and expressly authorises that the data be used by STUDIORISE, for advertising, marketing or promotional purposes.

In case of breach by the User, the data may be transferred to third parties with the aim of debt collection.

The respective holder is ensured, in the terms of the national and international legislation in force (especially Law 67/98, of October 26th and Regulation (EU) No. 2016/679, of April 27th 2016) the right of access, rectification, deletion, limitation or objection to treatment, as well as the right to portability of personal data.

STUDIORISE will contact the User only by any means/on-line/electronic device when the latter has previously and expressly given their consent.


Non-exertion, or late or partial exertion of any right that STUDIORISE has under the present Agreement or any applicable provision does not entail waiver of that right or prevent later exertion and may not constitute any means of establishing delay or novation.

This Agreement is the full contract between the User and STUDIORISE as far as the matters that it governs.


These use conditions may be updated at any moment by STUDIORISE whenever the latter deems necessary or desirable with no prior notice to Users, in order to respond to legal requirements or operational changes. The User will always have access to the use conditions in force online.

This document will always be available online and may be consulted freely, recorded or printed at any moment even without being registered in the website.

Any change will be communicated to registered Users online.

later access to and use of the site by the User will be deemed an unequivocal sign that they read, accepted and understood the altered Terms and Conditions, unless they imply a change in the personal data treatment policy of STUDIORISE, in which the user will be previously requested to give express authorisation to the change in the treatment or purpose of treatment of personal data.


Total of partial invalidity of any of the clauses of the present General Conditions will not affect the validity of the remaining provisions, which will be applicable to their full extent, unless an affected party demonstrates that the aim pursued by the parties allows presuming that they would not have signed the deal without the part at stake.


These General Conditions are governed by Portuguese law.


All persons that wish to purchase in this site declare that they are of age and legally capacitated for that purpose.

For any purchase made in this site the User is deemed to have full knowledge and to have accepted the present document of Use Terms and Conditions

If any User has any doubt about the present General Conditions or any comment about the STUDIORISE site, please contact hello@studiorise.eu.


2-  Privacy Policy

This site is operated by STUDIORISE, a trademark of MULTIZAPICA Lda (NIPC 515 892 840). 



 STUDIORISE commits to preserve the privacy and confidentiality of all information provided by the user.

The present Privacy Policy establishes the measures taken by STUDIORISE concerning Personal Data collected directly from the user and/or through the site STUDIORISE.EU, in accordance with the Law on the Protection of Personal Data and other applicable legislation, both national and European.

The phrase “Personal Data” means all information concerning a natural person identified or identifiable, identifiable meaning a natural person that may be identified, directly or indirectly, especially by reference to an identifier, like for example a name, identification de, location data, electronic identifiers or one or more specific elements of the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person.


The constant effort to improve the means and the adding of new functionalities to the site STUDIORISE.EU, as well as the existing services, meaning constant changes and improvements, changes to the legal applicable regime and evolution of technology, our practices, may entail changes as far as data treatment.

When there is any change to the present Privacy Policy, STUDIORISE will give notice to the User of their rights, and to the controlling authority responsible as required by law.


To access certain services of the STUDIORISE website, the user may be required to provide the following data: name, address, e-mail address, telephone number, IBAN, tax payer number.

They may also be requested to provide geographic information or aspects regarding personal preferences and interests of the user of the STUDIORISE website to allow STUDIORISE to offer them a more customised service.

The information provided will be stored in the databases of STUDIORISE, manually or by electronic means.


STUDIORISE will provide the User with the information necessary to express prior consent to the treatment of their personal data for one or more specific purposes by STUDIORISE and incorporation in the corresponding files owned by STUDIORISE.

The data collected are processed automatically and aimed, within STUDIORISE, at establishing the quality of User/Client, consequent collection of vouchers and future contacts, namely direct marketing actions.

The data collected are also aimed at fulfilling legal obligations and use in contractual relations with Insurers, Banks and other Institutions, STUDIORISE committing to keep strict secrecy of all data, reserving access thereto as exclusively required for its normal activity.

STUDIORISE may share, transfer or disclose the information of its database and server records in cases legally required, in the administration of justice, interacting with antifraud databases, to protect vital user interests, to protect the safety or integrity of our databases or site, to take measures against legal liability or, in case of sale, merger, reorganisation, dissolution or otherwise of STUDIORISE.

STUDIORISE, as long as expressly authorised for that purpose by the holder of personal data, may transmit them to its trade partners, for advertising, marketing or promotional purposes.

In case of breach by the User, the data may be transferred to third parties with the aim of debt collection.

The respective holder is ensured, in the terms of Law 67/98, of October 26th (Law on the Protection of Personal Data) the right to access and rectification thereof, as well as the right to object to treatment of data for marketing purposes.

The information will be sent by STUDIORISE to the address, e-mail or telephone contact provided by the user.

The contacts provided will be preserved in our database and may be used to occasionally send information by e-mail or mail about products and services similar to those contracted by the user, deemed of interest thereto. If the User does not wish to receive this type of information they must act in accordance with the chapter “Cancellation”. In cases in which the User has consented, their Personal Data may be shared with other companies of the same group as STUDIORISE or said data may be disclosed to other companies that may contact the User about their products or services that may be of their interest.

STUDIORISE, as long as duly authorised for the purpose by the holder of the data, may also treat it for the following purposes:

  • Sending information about new products and services;
  • Regular updates that STUDIORISE deems of interest for the User;
  • Sending requested information about products and services;
  • For purposes of market studies and marketing;
  • For internal use in the administration of the site STUDIORISE.EU and improvement of the services provided.


To change their Personal Data, the User must send their request in writing and mention what data they wish to alter. We shall also correct and DELETE any Personal Data that is incorrect. Your data may be always updated through the contacts below.


If the user no longer wishes to receive e-mail from STUDIORISE and wants out of the electronic mailing list, they may at any moment request that in any STUDIORISE establishment or send an e-mail to the address hello@studiorise.eu, writing in the Subject “Cancellation of Mailing”.

If the User also wishes to be removed from the postal mailing list, they may do so tot the same e-mail address given above, writing in the subject “Postal Mailing Cancellation”, or writing to our main office.


Besides collecting data by the means listed above, when expressly authorised STUDIORISE uses technology that allows collecting information on users of the site STUDIORISE.com. For example, the site server automatically collects which pages are visited, what is the browser used.

Our site contains hyperlinks to other pages of our site. Technology may also be used to monitor the frequency with which these connections are used and what are the most viewed pages.

When provided by the user of the STUDIORISE website this information may be used for purposes of direct marketing. 


If the User is in a country different than that where the STUDIORISE.EU servers are, communications may entail cross-border transfer of information.

By visiting our site and communicating with STUDIORISE by electronic means, the User authorises processing and transfer of their Personal Data as established in the present Privacy Policy.


Each user can choose the Club and the Membership that he wants.

This signup is valid for people of more than 16 years of age and gives access to the club premises.

All online signups will be validated after the respective payment and the provision of the consent of the holder of the personal data regarding STUDIORISE’s Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy. 


STUDIORISE may deny access to former guests even when they are people that take part in contests promoted by STUDIORISE


In case of consumer dispute, defined in the terms provided in Law No. 144/2015, of September 8th, consumers may go to the competent entity to alternatively solve consumer disputes.

Without prejudice of the legal, statutory and regulatory provisions and regulations that bind the entities for alternative resolution of consumer disputes, the consumer may choose the online European platform for resolution of disputes, available at https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/odr, the entity for alternative resolution of consumer disputes of their place of residence or the entity for alternative resolution of specialised competence, if any exists for the sector in question.

If there are no entity(ies) for alternative resolution of disputes in the terms provided in the preceding paragraph or if those that exist are not deemed competent due to the value of the dispute, the consumer may go to the National Centre for Information and Arbitration of Consumer Conflicts, in Lisbon, with the digital address: cniacc@unl.pt and available at www.arbitragemdeconsumo.org.

In case of consumer dispute, the consumer may go to the Online European Platform for Resolution of Disputes, available at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr or the following entities for alternative resolution of consumer disputes:

CNIACC – Centro Nacional de Informação e Arbitragem de Conflitos de Consumo – Tel.: 213 847 484; E-mail: cniacc@fd.unl.pt

Centro de Arbitragem de Conflitos de Consumo de Lisboa – Tel.: 218 807 030; E-mail: jurídico@centroarbitragemlisboa.pt; director@centroarbitragemlisboa.pt

Centro de Informação, Mediação e Arbitragem de Consumo (Tribunal Arbitral de Consumo) – Tel.: 253 917 604; E-mail: geral@ciab.pt

For more information see the Consumer Portal at www.consumer.pt


The present Privacy Policy is part of the Use Terms of the site STUDIORISE.EU

In case of controversy or claim of any nature regarding this site Portuguese law will apply, regardless of any legal conflict applicable.

All actions or legal procedures arising from or related with this Privacy Policy, its validity, application, fulfilment or breach, or the matter of this Privacy Policy, will be a competence of Portuguese courts, and the User allows and submits irrevocably to the jurisdiction of said courts as is the case.

The preceding paragraph notwithstanding, STUDIORISE reserves the right to bring the competent judicial action in any jurisdiction where there is a breach of the present Privacy Policy.



To collect the personal preferences and interests through the site studiorise.eu , temporary “cookies” may be used that will remain in the cookies file of the user’s browser until it is closed. A cookie is a small bit of information sent to the user server and filed in the hard disk of their computer, causing no damage thereto.

The use of cookies by STUDIORISE always requires express authorisation from the User, who is given notice and may, informed and enlightened, choose to accept or reject it.

Essencial Cookies

Essential cookies enable you to navigate the Site and to use its services and features. Without these absolutely necessary cookies, the Site will not perform as smoothly for you as we would like it to and we may not be able to provide the Site or certain services or features.


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Analytics Cookies

Analytics cookies collect information about your use of the Site, and enable us to improve the way it works. For example, analytics cookies show us which are the most frequently visited pages on the Site, help us record any difficulties you have with the Site, and show us whether our advertising is effective or not. 

This allows us to see the overall patterns of usage on the Site, rather than the usage of a single person. We use the information to analyse the Site traffic, but we do not examine this information for individually identifying information.

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