By submitting our Apply Now form, applicants are absolutely not obliged to continue the application process, participate in an InternChina program or make any payment whatsoever to InternChina. Every applicant who submits the Apply Now form does agree that during any ongoing arrangement of a program by InternChina, they agree to strictly abide by the following terms:
InternChina pays special attention in order to try and match each applicant to the most suitable internship host company. In order to achieve a transparent placement process and to ensure a suitable match is made, it is likely that InternChina will inform the applicant of a host company’s contact details and introduce the two parties in order to arrange an interview by phone or Skype. This is intended to ensure both the applicant and the host company are clear about what might be involved during the internship and the applicant can make an informed decision with regard to participating in the InternChina program and undertaking the internship placement.
Information and contact details for host companies which are shared with applicants by InternChina are to be treated as strictly confidential. By engaging directly with a potential host company introduced to the applicant by InternChina, the applicant is absolutely not obliged to accept any offer of an internship placement made by the host company or to participate in the program offered by InternChina. If the applicant does choose to accept such an offer from a host company introduced to them by InternChina and therefore participate in the program arranged by InternChina, the applicant is bound to complete a separate agreement which will confirm the full details of the program, total price, payment terms, restictions and full terms and conditions.
Applicants are strictly forbidden from directly arranging an internship placement or any other related program with host companies introduced to them by InternChina. In cases where applicants are proven to be undertaking any form of internship placement or other related work, shadowing or study with host companies whereby the contact details were shared with the applicant by InternChina, the applicant will be legally bound to pay a minimum arrangment fee of 3,800.- RMB (Chinese Yuan) to InternChina by a method specified under our prices page.
We reserve the right to implement a small degree of flexibility in our programs and schedules and will reserve the right to make any cancellations, changes or substitutions in the program. In such rare cases, participants will be informed of any changes as early as possible.
A refund will only be granted when the program cannot operate after all efforts to resolve any problems which may arise. Participants agree to abide to conditions regarding internships, language classes and accommodation as specified in their Intern China contract. A refund will not be granted if any of these conditions have not been adhered to. Intern China is not be liable for failure to provide services and/or delays caused by weather, natural disaster, war, strikes, incidents of politically-motivated violence, sickness or quarantine or any other conditions beyond its control, including but not limited to flight conditions or situations where the rendering of services is prohibited or delayed by local laws, regulators or regulatory agencies.
It is the responsibility of the participant to obtain the required visa and travel documents before departure. Intern China provides the necessary letter of acceptance but shall not be held responsible if participants fail to obtain the visa punctually.
It is the responsibility of the participant to purchase suitable travel insurance. Intern China is not responsible if participants do not have insurance coverage in China. Intern China is not responsible for any injury or loss suffered by participants during the program and during independent travel.
This Website and the associated terms and conditions are published four language versions: English, German, French and Chinese. In the event of a dispute as to the terms and conditions or in cases where differences in content between languages lead to a dispute, the English version shall prevail.