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Timetabling

Timetabling information for Students

 

Teaching Timetables

2018/2019 (January 2019 – May 2019)

All student timetables covering the period shown above have now been released.

If you cannot see your timetable within two working days of enrolment please contact the IT Helpline.

Further information on how to access and use your timetable via your Office 365 Calendar is available via this link.    

Please note that your timetable may change after publication however we will endeavour to keep changes to a minimum. Please check your timetable at regular intervals.

Personal, room and module timetables for students are available via this link.

Thank you

Timetabling Team, Academic Registry

 

 

Academic Teaching Timetables

Teaching Timetables

Northumbria University teaching timetables will provide you with your scheduled activities including times, locations, teaching staff and the weeks in which activities take place. You can access individual timetables in the following ways: 

 

You can also use this link and save this to your mobile device.

Your individual teaching timetable can also be viewed within your Office 365 Calendar, providing a consolidated view of your teaching and non-teaching activities presented in Office 365 calendar format.

Whichever method you choose to view your timetable you'll always be able to view a timetable that can be accessed from wherever and whenever you like.

See Frequently Asked Questions for further details on how to access individual timetables via any of these methods.

Please click here for guidelines on how to request a change of group.

For staff timetables, please follow this link.                        

 

 

If you have any queries with regards to your timetabling needs then please contact the IT Helpline


 

 

 

 

 

 


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