Terms and Conditions


This disclaimer refers to the Clavis Sinica website or any of its variations.

The website is under constant change and development and the information it contains is subject to change without notice. While we make every effort to ensure that the content of its website is accurate, we cannot accept liability for the accuracy of all content at any given point in time.

Links to external websites

We are not responsible for the content of external websites which may be linked to or from our website.

We make every effort to ensure that its external links are free from viruses but accepts no liability for damage caused by viruses acquired from or appearing to have been acquired from us.

Prospectus information

Every effort has been taken to make our prospectus information as accurate as possible.

We reserve the right to discontinue any class or program, to alter any program or to amend any other information without notice.

Some of the programs listed are subject to validation.

The prospectus describes the programs offered by us. Should you become a student of this institution, you will receive further material describing the teaching, examination, assessment and other educational services ("the educational services") offered by us, as well as information on the social side of student life.

We undertake to take all reasonable steps to provide educational services in the manner set out in the prospectus and further materials. It does not however guarantee the provision of such services. Should industrial action or circumstances beyond the control of us interfere with its ability to provide educational services, the university undertakes to use all reasonable steps to minimize the resultant disruption to those services.

Should you become a student at the university, this notice shall constitute a term of any contract between you and the university. Any offer of a place made to you by the university is made on the basis that, in accepting such an offer, you signify your consent to the incorporation of this notice as a term of any such contract.

The university's policies on fraud

If we have reason to believe that you, or any person acting on your behalf, has provided false information, omitted relevant information, made any misrepresentation and/or provided counterfeit or forged documents in respect of an application for a place at the university, tuition fees assessment, Mandatory or Discretionary Award, it will take whatever steps it considers necessary to establish the authenticity of that information and/or documentation.

If the university suspects that fraud may have taken place in the circumstances set out above, it is entitled to share information with appropriate outside agencies as defined in its data protection registration*. If it concludes that a fraud has taken place it is entitled to cancel a student's application, withdraw any offer of a place and to rescind their student status. Students will be required to provide further information or documentation as may be requested by the university, in relation to their application or student status.