How to access your timetable
Timetables are subject to change. You should check your personal timetable regularly.
Your personal timetable
Accessing your timetable via Minerva
Log into Minerva using your username and password (you may need to complete the DUO security check).
Select ‘MyTimetable’ under the ‘Tool abd Other University Systems’ section of ‘My Leeds tab’.
This will take you to MyTimetable. From here, you can either remain on the default mobile site (where you can see your upcoming activities) or navigate to the desktop site (where you have more viewing options).
To navigate to the desktop site, go to the main menu (icon on the top left corner), scroll down and select ‘Go to desktop site’. Once on the desktop site, you can select day, week, month, or list from the tabs across the top of the page. To return to the mobile view, just select ‘Mobile’ from the top of the page.
MyTimetable allows you to sync your online timetable to your outlook calendar. You can find instructions on how to do this on the help section on MyTimetable.
Access through UniLeeds app
General guidance on how to understand your timetable is shared in this section
Most modules have whole class teaching which everyone studying the module attends together, and then group teaching where the whole cohort is split into smaller groups. When you look at your timetable, you will be able to see all the teaching activities you should take part in. When we refer to activities, we mean the classes associated with your module.
Teaching will be delivered in hybrid mode, with a combination of online and on-campus face-to-face activities.
When are timetables published?
For modules taught from September to December 2021
Timetables will be provisional and should be regarded as an indicative guide that can help you to prevent timetable clashes when choosing your modules, until they are officially be published in September 2021. If you have any queries regarding your timetable after this time, please email the relevant School’s timetable contact.
For modules taught from January 2022 onwards
Timetables will be provisional (or in some cases blank) and should be regarded as an indicative guide that can help you to prevent timetable clashes when choosing your modules, until they are officially be published in January 2022. If you have any queries regarding your timetable after this time, please email the relevant School’s timetable contact.
Timetables are subject to change; you are strongly advised to check your personal timetable frequently during teaching.
When you look at your student timetable you will be able to see the following information:
If you look at your timetable in MyTimetable mobile view (default), you will a list of your upcoming teaching. Each activity that appears on the list will include:
- Time and day – the start and finish time of the activity
- Module Code
- Activity name, (e.g. ARAB311001/LEC 1/01 <7-12, 14-17> which is made up of:
- Module Code (or codes for Jointly Taught activities)
- The activity type (e.g. lecture (LEC), tutorial (TUT))
- The group number for this particular activity
- Content in the < > is for timetablers use
- Location – details of the location will be shown for on-campus teaching. Clicking on the location name will take you to a page that provides directions to the rooms, along with other useful information (when you have on-campus face-to-face teaching, please avoid congregating outside rooms once your teaching has finished).
- Teaching weeks – the week(s) the activity is taught in (located on the right side for the ‘mobile’ view and on the left side for the ‘desktop’ view)
When you select each activity, you will see the following additional information:
- Activity Type* – e.g. Lecture, Tutorial
- Module Description
- Staff Name – this is academic member of staff who is delivering the teaching activity to you.
- [Optional] Note – e.g. topics, guest speaker names, locations that are not included in the timetabling software
- Recording Status Recording, Recording (Audio and Screen only) or Not Recording. Please note that this only relates to on campus lecture capture.
* Here are some of the more commonly used types of activities that appear on timetables as abbreviations.
If the activity on your timetable is delivered on-campus you may see the following activity types:
- LEC = Lecture
- SMR = Seminar
- TUT = Tutorial
- WKS = Workshop
- LAB = Laboratory
- PRC = Practical
- CBL = Computer Based Learning
- FIELD = Field Work
- DROP-IN = Drop-in sessions. This appears if you only need to drop-in at some point during the time shown and not for the whole time shown on your timetable, this can be optional or compulsory. If a drop-in session causes a timetable clash contact your school timetabler.
If the activity on your timetable has an online element you may see the following activity types:
- LIVE STREAMING = this means the tutor will be live streaming the activity and will provide you with information on whether you will join in-person or online closer to the start of teaching.
- LIVE STREAMING – ONLINE = this means you will be attending the activity online. Your tutor will provide you with information on how to join the online session closer to the start of teaching.
- MULTI-MODE = this means the tutor will be delivering multi-modal teaching to both in-room and on-line students, they will provide you with information on whether you will join in-person or online closer to the start of teaching.
- MULTI-MODE – ONLINE = this means you will be attending the activity online. Your tutor will provide you with information on how to join the online session closer to the start of teaching.
- ONLINE LIVE – see Minerva = this will be live activity that you will attend at the time shown on your timetable, you will be provided further information on how to access this teaching by your tutor through Minerva closer to the start of teaching.
- ONLINE – see Minerva = you will be provided further information on how to access this teaching by your tutor through Minerva closer to the start of teaching.
- ONLINE - Pre-recorded = this is a recommended time for you to engage with teaching that is not live to ensure you are prepared for any subsequent live sessions for that module. You can choose to access this in your own time, but it is important that you stay up-to-date with all teaching that is not live. Some modules you are studying may not show recommended times for Pre-Recorded content; instead, the Module Manager will communicate with you to make sure you understand you need to access this teaching in your own time.
If you see an activity type abbreviation on your timetable and you’re unsure of what it means, please contact your school timetabler for further advice.
Collaborate, Teams and Zoom are the three University supported learning platforms used for online classrooms, your induction will include information on how to access them. Find more information about Collaborate and it’s user interface here.