Terms and conditions for Marolet users

1.Terms and Conditions

These terms and conditions govern the contractual relationship between Marolet and the user.

  1. Registration

In order to be able to use the services of Marolet, registration is necessary. Registration takes place by entering the user’s email address and confirming the registration in the confirmation email via the specified email account. By registering, the user creates a user account (“Account”). Only people of legal age with full legal capacity are allowed to register. The data provided during registration must be true. The use of a pseudonym is permitted.


Marolet offers training and career services for students and graduates. In an effort to be able to provide users with suitable career offers even after they have started their professional life, the user profile is transferred to the parent company of Marolet GmbH, Stepstone Deutschland GmbH. Users are informed in advance about the data transfer and have the option to object to the transfer.


The user may not create a new account if Marolet blocks the old account.


Marolet reserves the right to remove user names if Marolet considers this to be necessary to protect the rights of third parties (for example, if the owner of a trademark files a complaint about a user name that does not correspond to the real name of a user).

  1. Marolet services

Via the Marolet platform, users can join specialist / topic-related groups and communicate with other users within them.


Users can also join various topic-related courses via the platform, within which they can upload their own learning documents and classroom transcripts (“materials”), share them with other users, view and download and manage / archive third-party learning documents.


Users have the opportunity to receive notifications about internships and entry-level positions based on their information (such as place of study and subject) and to actively search for suitable positions and / or companies via the job exchange within the platform.

  1. Use of the platform

The respective user who distributes content is responsible for the content of the groups and courses. Marolet only provides the technical platform for its users so that they can exchange ideas with one another. Marolet has no influence on the content of its users, unless this is legally required. Marolet is not obliged to check contributions for any legal violations before publication.


The user may only use the content shared on Marolet for private study and learning purposes.


The use of the platforms is free of charge.

  1. User obligations

The user guarantees that all content uploaded and posted by him complies with the legal requirements of the Criminal Code, the protection of minors, data protection and industrial property rights and that the personal rights of third parties are respected. The user may not post any content or set any links to websites that violate the rights of another person or the law.


Other users can report content that does not meet these requirements using the “Report” button or by email to Marolet. If content is reported via the “Report” button or by email, Marolet will check the reported content and remove it if necessary. Marolet does not initially take action with regard to the checking of content, but will nevertheless remove it if Marolet becomes aware of it. A claim for examination of the contents by Marolet cannot be derived from this.


The user indemnifies Marolet from all actual and alleged claims of third parties, including the costs of legal prosecution / defense, based on actions or omissions of the user, in particular from claims based on a culpable, illegal or improper use of the platforms or the Failure to comply with applicable regulations or a violation of third party rights by the user or with his approval. The user must inform Marolet immediately if such a violation is imminent.


The user may only use the platform with the following restrictions:

  • The user is not allowed to post any advertising.
  • The user may not use automated mechanisms (such as bots, robots, spiders or scrapers) to access content or information from other users.
  • The user must not upload viruses or other malicious code.
  • The user is not allowed to obtain login information or access an account owned by someone else.
  • The user may not insult, intimidate or harass other users.
  • The user may not post content that contains hate speech, is threatening or pornographic, incites violence, or contains depictions of nudity or violence.
  • The user may not use the platforms for illegal, misleading, malicious or discriminatory acts.
  • The user may not do anything that could block, overload or impair the proper functioning or appearance of the platforms, such as denial-of-service attacks or disrupt the functions of the platforms.

If the above-mentioned requirements are not met and Marolet becomes aware of this, for example when a user activates the “Report infringement” function or by receiving a corresponding email, Marolet is entitled to remove the content without prior notification to the user concerned. Furthermore, Marolet is entitled to block or delete the user’s account.

  1. Copyrights

The user may only upload materials that he has created himself or for which he has been expressly authorized to upload by the rights holder.


By uploading materials, Marolet is granted a transferable, non-exclusive right of use to the respective content by the respective user. These usage rights are not limited in time or place. Marolet is entitled to duplicate this content, reproduce it and offer it to other users. The right also includes publication. Marolet is entitled to edit the uploaded materials to the extent that this is necessary for the presentation and provision on the platform. Marolet is entitled to convert the content into other formats and to provide the uploaded materials with a watermark and / or a Marolet logo to protect the author with regard to avoiding duplication or other misuse.


Marolet can remove some or all of the content that the user has uploaded to the platform and some or all of the links that he has set without giving reasons. This does not mean that Marolet checks the uploaded content or links.


If the user violates the intellectual property rights of others, Marolet has the right to block the account.

  1. Limitation of Liability

Marolet is only liable for damage where the cause of the damage is based on an intentional or grossly negligent breach of duty by Marolet or one of its legal representatives or vicarious agents. Furthermore, Marolet is liable for the slightly negligent breach of essential obligations, the breach of which jeopardizes the achievement of the purpose of the contract, or for the breach of obligations, the fulfillment of which enables the proper execution of the contract in the first place and on whose compliance the user regularly relies.


Marolet is not liable for the slightly negligent breach of obligations other than those mentioned in the preceding sentences.


The above limitations of liability do not apply in the event of intent, injury to life, body and health, for a defect after assuming a guarantee for the quality of the product and for fraudulently concealed defects. Liability under the Product Liability Act remains unaffected.


The above limitations of liability do not affect the burden of proof.

  1. Termination

The contractual relationship can be terminated by either party at any time with immediate effect. The termination must be made in writing.


The cancellation can be sent to Marolet by e-mail to info@Marolet.net

  1. Changes to these terms and conditions

Marolet reserves the right to make appropriate changes to these terms of use, provided these are reasonable for the user. Marolet will notify the user of changes by e-mail and by posting them on the website. If the user does not object to the validity of the new terms of use within one month of the notification and continues to use the services of Marolet, the changes are considered accepted. Marolet will specifically inform the user of this consequence in the notification. The sending date is decisive for the timeliness of the objection.


Marolet reserves the right to change the terms of use in the following cases:

  • if the change is only beneficial to the user;
  • if the change is purely technical or process-related, unless it has significant effects on the user;
  • as far as Marolet is obliged to ensure that the terms of use comply with applicable law, in particular if the relevant laws or their interpretation by the courts change;
  • as far as Marolet introduces additional, completely new services, services or service elements that require a description of services in the terms of use, unless the change is disadvantageous for the user.
  1. Applicable Law

The law of the Federal Republic of Germany applies exclusively, provided that this does not restrict the mandatory statutory provisions of the state in which the user has his domicile or habitual residence.