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General Course Information

In this page you will find general information relating to your course.

Personal Timetables

Module Types

Course Transfer


 

Personal Timetables

The University produces a personal timetable for each student allocating them to specific lectures and seminars. It is important that you follow your personalised timetable.

  • New Undergraduate students timetables will be available by logging on here. Timetables will be available to prospective students who have accepted their place from the beginning of September 2013
  • Continuing Undergraduate students Where returning undergraduate students have confirmed a programme of modules and completed re-enrolment their personal timetable details for Spring Semester 2013/14 will be accessible from TBC.
  • New Postgraduate students will be given a course timetable during the Induction Programme. Individual programmes must then be planned with the Course Leader. It should be noted that in some cases more than one lecture or several seminar/practical groups maybe available. In these instances students must attend those groups for which they have been programme planned with their Course Leader.
Personal Timetable Login

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Frequently Asked Questions (From September 2013)

How do I access the system?

There are two ways for a student to use the system.

Personal Timetables - Providing that you have registered modules for 2013/14 and have enrolled (or preregistred if you are a new student) you will be able to see your personal timetable by entering your network login and usual password at the log in prompt and then clicking 'Personal'. Your username and password is the one you use to access the University network, your University email, and the Evision system. It consists of three letters and three numbers and is printed on your University ID Card. Your password will have been advised to you previously. Once logged in, you should click on the 'My Timetable' button.

Module Timeslots - If you want to look at the timeslots of modules for which you are not registered you can view all timetable slots with rooms and other details. You can do this by simply choosing the Modules option on the login screen. You do not need to enter your username and password.

If you don't know your password or are having general difficulties logging on to the University network you should contact your local IT Helpdesk who will be able to assist you.

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I have logged in but can't see any modules?

If you can't see your registered modules on the screen, you should contact your Undergraduate/Postgraduate Offices as soon as possible.

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I can see my classes but want to change the times of my seminars?

You are expected to follow your personal timetable. Only if your circumstances are exceptional please contact your Undergraduate/Postgraduate Offices.

You can attend only those modules for which you have registered and if you miss the registration deadline you may not be allowed to register your preferred modules. Once registered, there is a very limited opportunity (i.e. no later than the end of week 2 of the academic year) in which to change, or withdraw from, modules.


 

Module Types

You will encounter the following terms as part of choosing modules:

Core modules
You must study these compulsory modules in order to meet the requirements of your award.
Option modules
Whilst at level 4, all the modules are core, levels 5 and 6 have some optionality. Option modules are designed to provide opportunities for breadth (extension of knowledge or a modern language module) and depth (subject specific option module). ‘Extension of Knowledge’ modules are options from subject areas outside your main subject(s) and you can choose from an approved list of modules offered within and across Faculties.
Pre-requisite
These are modules which must be taken before you may proceed to study a subsequent module(s). This is to ensure that you have an appropriate level of knowledge to study the later module(s).

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Course Transfer

If you wish to change your course you should contact your Undergraduate/Postgraduate Offices. They will advise you on the process.

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Timetables
 


 
 
  Page last updated : : 19 Sep 2013