What is the next intake for international students wanting to study in the UK?
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Cardiff Metropolitan University
Carys from Cardiff Met. We have two intakes at Cardiff Met, one in January and the other in September. All of our programmes are taught on campus. A bachelor's degree lasts for three years, a master's degree one year, or you can study a special two-year masters that give you one year of study, one year of paid internship. You can then apply for a post-study work visa, which will give you an extra two years to work full time in the UK.
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