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    So I am accepted to this university that offered me a 1-Year CertHE, after which I will be promoted to Year 2 of a BA Degree. As I'm not from the EU I will have to reapply for a visa, for which I will apparently get help from the university.

    This is a graphic design course at University of South Wales.

    Would like to know if it's a good idea to accept. I'd prefer avoiding a foundation year, and my grades are not good enough to get me into a proper 3-year course.

    I'm curious if anyone has done/heard of such a setup. Will applying for a visa again after the first year be a problem? Is there anything else I should be worried about?

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