If you're a new student, you'll get your timetable during induction week. If you're a returning student, you'll receive it two weeks before teaching starts.
Viewing your timetable
You can access your personalised timetable by logging in with your Gmail address and password.
You can subscribe to your timetable via Google calendar and add it as a secondary calendar – just go to your timetable, press the ‘Add to Google Calendar’ button and follow the instructions.
It takes up to eight hours for Google calendar to update. Refresh your calendar regularly, otherwise you'll be looking at an old version of your timetable.
Finding your class
Your timetable will tell you where to go for each class. Find out the locations of teaching buildings across campus.
The University tries not to change timetables after they have been published but sometimes it's unavoidable. You should check your online timetable regularly.
If you have problems with your timetable, or it's incorrect, check with your MyPort Information Hub that you're registered for the correct modules and the correct amount of credits in the Student Records system.
Your MyPort Hub will work with the central timetabling unit to investigate further.
In the meantime, keep checking your online timetable until the issue is resolved on the system.
If you make any changes to your Student Records system, they will transfer onto the timetabling system overnight so you'll need to wait 24 hours to see the changes on your timetable.
Finding your exam timetable
Your timetable for 1st attempt assessments (May to June exams) will be available in April. Your timetable for 2nd attempt assessments (July exams) will be available in June.
You'll receive your exam timetable in the same format as your term time calendar.
Find out more about your exams and assessments.