2015/16 Teaching Timetables are now available
After logging in, please choose the 'Modules' option and select the modules you are taking from the list.
*Clinical Sciences students, please contact your department to view your timetable*
Please be aware your timetable is subject to change at short notice, so please check it regularly.
If you are having trouble accessing your timetable, please contact the Computer Centre at email@example.com or by calling 01895 265888
Quick Guide to viewing Timetable Modules
You can view your classes by using the Modules option:
Click the timetable link and log in with your student number and network password.
Choose the 'Modules' option.
Highlight all the modules you wish to view by holding down CTRL and clicking on each.
Choose the desired format and click View Timetable for a display of the timetable for the selected modules that you are registered to take.
From October 2015 certain students will be able to view My Timetable; this will allow students to see a personalised timetable showing only the activities that they should attend. Please be aware this will not be available to all courses; please use Modules instead if this is the case.
Key information, including the University's timetable policy, is available via the links on the right.
The principles for timetabling at Brunel are:
- The main teaching for taught undergraduate and postgraduate students is between Weeks 1-35, which includes the examination period.
- The classes are normally scheduled Monday to Friday and between the core teaching hours of 08:00 to 20:00.
- University teaching staff are expected to be available to teach within the core teaching hours, unless they have specific contractual arrangements, have specific written agreement authorised by their Head of School or approved in line with University policy.
- Full-time students are expected to be available for teaching at any time within the core teaching hours except where specific exceptions are recognised by the University.
- Where possible, full-time students have one day without teaching, with priority for level 3 and level 5 students.
- Where possible, part-time student timetables are scheduled into one or two days only, although the actual days may vary.
- The University will strive to ensure all have equal access and opportunity, but there will be occasions where arrangements cannot be made because of operational difficulties.
Please remember to check your timetable regularly for any changes.
If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org