Problems with your timetable
If you find you have any problems with your timetable, here are some common difficulties and solutions for timetable issues.
When will my module choices appear on my timetable?
- Compulsory sessions (taught sessions such as most lectures that are not repeated therefore do not have alternative times). These will appear on your timetable the morning after you enrol online (provided you did so before 10pm).
- Group sessions (taught sessions such as tutorials or practicals that are repeated and students are split into groups to attend one of a number of alternative times.) These are assigned from mid-July onwards. Before July your timetable will not show any group sessions (with a few exceptions). Because of this, modules without any compulsory sessions may not show on your timetable at all.
- Changed modules If you completed a paper Change of Module Enrolment form, the module will appear on your timetable the day after we add it to your student record. Go to View Enrolled Modules in Student Services (via Minerva) to check this.
A session on my timetable is displaying more than one module
If multiple modules are taught together for a session, this session may display all these modules. Please refer to your module enrolments to identify which module is relevant to you.
My timetable is blank
Your timetable may show as blank between midnight and 7am if the system is updating your record with a new module. Please check again after 7am.
If you don't have any compulsory modules (or your compulsory modules don't have any compulsory sessions), and you have not previously enrolled on any optional or elective modules, your timetable will be blank until it has been updated to include your chosen modules.
Im seeing an error message when I try to access my timetable
If you are a postgraduate student taking taught modules, you must complete one or more steps of the registration process or enrol on a module before your timetable can be created. If you do this before 10pm your timetable will be created overnight and you should have a timetable by the following morning.
If you enrolled on a module or started registration more than three days ago or are an undergraduate student, contact us to report the error message, giving your full name and nine-digit student ID.
In the meantime, if you need timetable information for module enrolment, you can access a programme timetable containing only compulsory sessions from the Undergraduate Programme Catalogue. Use this with individual module timetables to check for clashes.
I have a timetable clash
Get in touch with the timetabling contact of your parent school, giving details of the clashing sessions and your nine-digit student ID.
I have a query about the timetable for one of my chosen modules
Get in touch with the timetabling contact of the school offering the module. If you are concerned about a module not showing on your timetable, please wait until three days after it is added to your record before querying it.
I have a query about the module itself
Contact your school.