DreamAgreement Security

DreamAgreement Security

Top Quality

You can be assured that we hold the quality of our solutions as well as data security in the highest regard. The dream-agreement.eu tool has been subjected to penetration testing and has been built with data security as well as the upcoming GDPR data privacy rules in mind.

Well maintained

What is very important is that this service is being constantly maintained and monitored in response to new security threats, as well as to ensure the quality of service for all it’s users.

Service Level Agreement (SLA)

For advanced users, we are also ready to offer a Service Level Agreement (SLA) that will make us contractually liable to offer the service according to an agreed set of parameters.


Information for IT guys – the data is physically stored in France, in 3 cities and all of our infrastructure is operating in a high availability fashion, with 3 availability zones. Our infrastructure is PCI DSS Level 1 Service Provider compliant. The datacenters where we keep our servers are certified ISO/IEC 27001 compliant by KPMG as well as SOC 1 type II (SSAE 16 and ISAE 3402) and SOC 2 type II. For your information, we recently sustained a 40 Gbit/s DDoS attack without any degradation of service.

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About Us

DreamApply was launched in 2011 and is a specialised international student application management platform. We offer paperless modern solutions to more than 200 education instititutions in 25 countries.

DreamApply is purposefully personalised for all stakeholders involved in higher education internationalisation: students, administrative staff, management, academics, partners, agents and external governmental and non-governmental bodies.

Our Offices

Tatari 64, Tallinn 10134
Tel: +372 631 4625
Skype: dreamapply

Ul. Narutowicza 34, 90-135 Łódź
Tel: +48 42 203 1007
Skype: dreamapply.polska

We are happy that European Commission is supporting our research to develop DreamApply even further.


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 836990