Personally identifiable information, which we call "personal information" in this policy, is information that directly identifies or is directly associated with an identifiable person. Some examples of personal information include a user's name, address, email address, citizenship, date and place of birth, and parents' names and addresses. Personal information does not include aggregate information or de- identified information. "Aggregate information" is information about the use of our Web sites, such as information collected about site users, or a category of services or users, from which any personal information has been removed. An example of aggregate information would be de-identified data indicating that forty-seven percent of the site's registered users have identified themselves as male.
Collection. We collect personal information on our Web sites, such as when you register for and participate in our online application. We also collect personal information for our clients in the course of providing Web-based and email transaction processing services to them. We obtain this information via email and in "forms" that we host for our clients.
Use. When we collect personal information for a client, we provide it to that client. The client's privacy policies and practices, and not this policy, govern the client's use of that personal information. When we collect personal information on our Web sites, we use the information to complete the transactions requested by you, to administer, improve, and develop our sites and services, and for the other purposes described in this policy.
Disclosure. We do not rent or sell your personal information to third parties. We provide personal information that we collect for a client to that client. We do not disclose your personal information to third parties other than for the limited purposes described in this policy.
The remainder of this Statement gives more detailed information about our collection, use and disclosure of personal information, in addition to the measures we take to protect personal information while in our control.
Personal Information That We Collect
We collect personal information from you when you voluntarily provide such information by registering for a HIMAJOR account. We require you to register for an account in order to fill out an application or other form we host for a client.
When you create a HIMAJOR account, we ask you to create a username and password and to provide your first name, last name, and email address. When you submit an application, or otherwise use our facilities to perform an action that requires the payment of a fee to the client (e.g., to pay admission application fees), we collect your electronic payment information.
We also automatically collect some information when you use our sites, such as your IP address (a unique number assigned to a specific computer on the Internet) and standard information included with every communication sent on the Internet. This information allows us to determine your browser version and type, operating system, browser language, Internet service provider, and which pages you view on our Web sites. All of this information may be aggregated and used for various purposes. It is not, however, used to identify you personally.
An application or other form is "in process" from the time you start it until the time you complete it. While it is in process, you may access the form and modify the information you have entered into it by following the instructions on the application or other form. Once you submit a form, you will not be able to access or modify the information submitted on that form through HIMAJOR.
Use of Personal Information
We use the information you give us to provide the benefit, assistance or service you are requesting or would like to obtain. We may transfer aggregate or group data about our users for lawful purposes. Aggregate or group data is data that describes the demographics, usage or other characteristics of our users as a group without disclosing personally identifiable information. By submitting your information to us and using our Website, you agree to allow us to transfer such aggregate data to third parties.
Disclosure of Personal Information
We may disclose some or all of the information we collect, as described above, with affiliated companies and with third parties (i.e. nonaffiliated companies) as permitted by law. For example, we may disclose some or all of the information we collect with the following types of affiliated companies and third parties:
* Companies with whom we conduct joint marketing campaigns;
* Companies that provide products and/or services, such as companies engaged in banking, credit cards, consumer finance, consumer computer products, travel, insurance, as well as other direct marketers and retailers;
* Companies that perform services on our behalf; and ther third parties as required by law, such as in response to a subpoena.
By providing us with your personal information, you are giving us your express consent to our disclosure of your personal information but only for the purposes described in this policy.
Third Party Privacy Practices
While we strongly support the protection of privacy on the Internet, we do not have control over, and cannot be responsible for, the actions of our clients or other third parties. When we collect personal information in the course of acting as a service provider to our clients, the privacy policies and practices of the client whose form you have submitted will govern how that client treats your personal information. Our clients typically provide privacy statements at their sites describing how they treat personal information. We encourage you to review each such third party's privacy statement, if any, and to otherwise understand its privacy practices, before providing personal information directly to it or in our forms on which it is named. Additionally, you may be able to access non-HIMAJOR sites from our Web sites (for example, by clicking on an advertisement). When you leave our Web sites, the policies described in this Statement, along with all other HIMAJOR policies, no longer govern.
Children Under 13
Our sites and the forms accessible using our technology are not intended to collect personal information from children under the age of 13. If you are under 13 years old, you should not create an account with us, otherwise provide personal information to us through our sites or other services, or create any applications or other forms through our services.
You may refuse to accept cookies by following the procedures specific to your Web browser. If you do so, your browser may react strangely and you may not be able to complete, save, or submit a form or use some services on our Web sites.
We use reasonable security measures in an effort to prevent loss, misuse, or alteration of personal information under our control. When you submit an application or other form through our sites, provide electronic payment information that we request, or log in to your HIMAJOR account, we use encryption, such as the Secure Socket Layer ("SSL") protocol, to protect such information while in transit. We provide any electronic payment information you provide to us on our sites or in our forms to our payment processor, and use SSL to protect it while in transit. We do not store it after it is transmitted to the payment processor.
Despite these measures, we cannot guarantee protection of all information against interception, misappropriation, misuse, or alteration, or promise that your information will not be disclosed or accessed by accidental circumstances or by the unauthorized acts of others. We have no control over the security of Web pages we do not serve, for example our clients' sites or other sites you might visit.
If your personally identifiable information changes, or if you no longer desire our service, you can correct, update, or delete the information you have provided to us by: (1) logging in to your account, (2) modifying any of the fields, as desired. You also may contact us by telephone or postal mail at the contact information listed below to correct, update, or delete your information.
We will modify this Statement if our privacy practices materially change in the future. We will notify you of any such modification only by posting the modified Privacy Statement on our sites and indicating at the top of the Statement the date it was last updated. We encourage you to review the Statement each time you visit one of our sites, to see if this Statement has been updated since your last visit to make sure you understand how personal information you provide to us will be used.
Contacting the Website
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Article 1 To deepen understanding and friendship between China and people all over the world and to enhance standardized administration on foreign students acceptance and education, we made this regulation according to The Educational Law of the PRC, Higher Education Law of PRC and The Entry and Exit Administration of the People's Republic of China.
Article 2 The Institutions of Higher Education mentioned in the regulation refer to the regular institutions of high education approved by Ministry of Education of PRC to provide full-time degree education; the “Foreign Students” in the regulation refer to foreign citizens who hold foreign passport and accept academic education or non-degree education
Article 3 The foreign students training and acceptance of institutions of higher education should follow the policies of “Strengthening reformation, enhance management, ensure quality, and develop actively and steadily”
Article 4 The institutions of higher education accepting foreign students should possess the necessary teaching and living condition and should have corresponding teaching research level and management level.
Article 5 The institutions of higher education should follow national foreign policy, maintain benefits of national sovereignty, security and society
Article 6 The Ministry of Education generally controls and manages study in China work, takes charge of formulates foreign students’ acceptance policies and guidelines, and manages “China Government Scholarship”, coordinates and guides foreign students’ acceptance of schools in all areas, and makes assessment on schools in all areas’ foreign students management and education quality. Ministry of Education appoints China Scholarship Council to take in charge of foreign students’ admission and specific management.
Article 7 Foreign students acceptance of institutions of higher education is examined and approved by all provincial, autonomous regions and municipalities administration department of ministry of education jointly with equaled foreign affair and public security departments.
Article 8 The provincial, autonomous regions and municipalities administrative departments of ministry of Education take in charge of the institutions of higher education’s coordinated management of foreign students admission. The foreign affairs offices and public securities assist administrative department for education to do foreign students management work.
Article 9 Institutions of higher education take in charge of foreign students’ admission, education and teaching, and daily management. The school should appoint school leaderships to be respectively in charge of foreign student management; the school should establish foreign student management system according to the requirement of relevant regulations, and should set up management organizations or appoint managers to be in charge of foreign student affaire.
Article 10 The institutions of higher education can provide academic education non-degree education for foreign students. The levels of academic education that foreign students accept contain vocational education, undergraduate education, master’s education and doctorate education; and the types of the students accepting non-degree education are advanced students and research scholars.
Article 11 The institutions of higher education should formulate foreign student enrollment policies and publish admission regulations to enroll foreign students as required.
Article 12 The quota that institutions of higher education enroll foreign students is unrestricted from the limitation of national students admission plan
Article 13 the institution of higher education should settle down and publish fees the foreign students should pay and fee standard, and the fee should be dominated in RMB.
Article 15 the programs offered for foreign students by institution of higher education should be the public ones. The new degree programs opened separately for foreign students should report to the ministry of education to be examined.
Article 16 The foreigners applied to institutions of higher education in China for study or advanced study should be qualified and meet the admission requirements, and should have reliable financial guarantee and guarantor in China.
Article 16 The institution of higher education should examine and verify the qualifications of the applicants. The admission requirement is standardizes by school itself. The school should have Chinese language proficiency test for applicants who take Chinese instructed academic programs.
Article 17 Admission of foreign student is decided by institution of higher education. The students who are included in the national foreign student admission plan have the prior to be get offer from the institution of higher education. The institutions of higher education can enroll foreign exchange student and self-funding foreign students by its self.
Article 18 the institution of higher education can accept the students admitted by others or transfer students if obtaining the permission of the previous institution