To help you know where and when your classes are taking place, we provide timetabling information to you in two forms.

We teach hundreds of different courses here at Canterbury Christ Church University, all of which have their own timetabling and rooming needs.

To help you know where and when your classes are taking place, we provide timetabling information to you in two forms.

 

UniTimetables: for course timetables

UniTimetables is the University's online timetabling system. It is updated each August and December with the teaching timetable for the following Semester.

You can use UniTimetables to view the teaching timetables for all courses and modules based at Canterbury and Medway campuses, including online classes but excluding placements. You don’t need a special login to view UniTimetables, it’s available to everyone.

UniTimetables displays all the teaching activities associated with a course or module. This means that if your course is wholly or partially taught in multiple groups (which is often the case for seminars), you will see all these group sessions listed on UniTimetables – not just those that you personally need to attend.

If your course does involve group work, your course team will need to assign you to your groups based on a variety of factors including the total number of students taking the module. This helps us to ensure that the timetable works for everyone and avoids clashes, but it's only possibly once the majority of students have completed their online registration.

Your course team will tell you more about your groups, and your timetable more generally, when you arrive.

Until then, you can use UniTimetables to get a general overview of your course’s timetable. Even if your course is sometimes taught in smaller groups, you can still use UniTimetables to check when you are likely to get a day off (because there is no teaching at all on your course that day), on which days you'll have a late start, and so on.

This UniTimetables beginner's guide video for new students below shows you how to look up the teaching timetable for your course of study, including how to filter by your School/Centre and how to distinguish the teaching timetable for one year/level of study from another.

For more on how to get the most out of UniTimetables, please see our UniTimetables user guide

 

MyTimetable: for individual student timetables

Once you’ve completed your online registration, your Course team will start preparing your individual student timetable*. This will be available to you via MyTimetable within two weeks of your course starting.

MyTimetable provides you with a personalised view of the timetable, including any group activities. You can use it to link your student timetable with the calendar app you use in your everyday life (Google, Apple etc), so you can see your university commitments and your personal events in one place.

Individual timetables are usually available via MyTimetable within two weeks of your course starting, as long as you have registered and created your computing account.

Please note:

  • you need a University username and password to log into MyTimetable
  • until your Course team have assigned you to all your classes, the timetable you see at MyTimetable will be incomplete.

MyTimetable user guide

*Please note that individual student timetables are not available for short courses and some courses with external professional requirements, but instead your course team will supply you with all necessary timetabling information.

Please note that if you are studying at one of our partnership institutions, your place of study is responsible for your timetable. If you have any timetabling related questions, you should contact staff at your place of study.

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