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What’s the difference and how does it work? I’m assuming if you do sept intake you would finish around May but what about Jan intake? And when would you start year 2 if you did a jan intake? I’m very confused. When is a better time to start ?
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What sort of degree are you looking at?
September intake = start in September = start 2nd year next September.
January intake = start 2nd year next January.

Whichever intake you start... depends on the course. Where September intake + 3 years' study = finish in May/June and get results in July, if you start in January then you get results in November. Unless you do nursing/midwifery, or something similar, where start mid September = finish mid September.
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I'm assuming that you'd just be a semester behind if it's just different entry points for a full time course

Sept start - semester 1 = Sept, semester 2 = Jan, semester 3 = April time

Jan start - semster 1 = Jan, semester 2 = April time, semester 3 = summer time

It does differ for some courses but most would follow a similar pattern, I imagine. I started an MSc in Setepmber and wasn't due to finish until the end of August.
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