The 2018/9 Timetable is available for viewing here: Teaching timetable 2018/9 - we recommend using My Modules view until student allocations are complete (more details). Note: if you click on the link above and can't log-in please see our tech guide or go to the tech zone in the library (ground floor Bannerman Building).
NOTICE: There is currently a 24-48 hour delay in module allocations appearing in the students' personal timetables. Until your allocation choices come through your individual timetable may appear blank - please use the Modules view to see when your teaching is taking place.
Please note that we are still finalising the timetable and allocating students to activities.
Your timetable will begin to populate with compulsory activities once you have provisionally enrolled on your course.
Group activities and seminar allocations will begin to populate your timetable from Monday 17th September.
If you have any optional modules to choose, please log into your eVision account: https://evision.brunel.ac.uk/urd/sits.urd/run/siw_lgn?STU to complete the module confirmation task.
Please favourite this webpage rather than relying on hard copies or static photos, as the Timetable is subject to change.
Students yet to complete module selection task: your module choices must not clash with each other – you will need to use your 2018/9 course timetable to check this. If you are unsure how to check for clashes please use this module selection guide.
Please check the details below for help with common concerns:
Email email@example.com . Should your email relate to an urgent issue, ensure your message has a subject indicating the date required (eg “Room booking - Open Day 7-8 Sept” or “Lecture cancellation - Tuesday 12 Sept”) so that we can identify it quickly.
If you suspect a double-booking has occurred or there is a problem with the room you can also phone us on (0)1895 267024.
Locked doors should be reported to Security on (0)1895 266943.
Click Teaching timetable 2018/9 to view this year’s teaching timetable, or see the right hand list to see the Timetabling Policy or to find other guidance regarding timetables and timetable access.
We investigate any issue raised concerning student or staff timetables and it is likely that we are working on the problem you are reporting. Rather than waiting for a response, do try checking the timetable again from time–to-time, to see if it has been resolved.
Unable to see group activities or lectures or classes via "My Timetable":
This is mostly where the timetabling data needs to catch up with course changes or allocation to groups. To see group activities (such as labs or seminars), you may need to view “MyModules” while the data catches up with any recent changes. “My Timetable” will show your individual group activities once you have been allocated to specific groups.
If you cannot see “MyModules”
Please try the plain “Modules” tab. From there you can select all your modules by holding down “Shift” and clicking the relevant modules from the list.
If you are a student looking for information on your course, please contact your department’s Taught Programmes Office (TPO).
If you are unable to deliver your scheduled teaching, please email Timetabling@brunel.ac.uk . Please also remember to contact your programme lead and the TPO who can notify the students accordingly.
To change any aspects of a teaching activity, please contact your programme or module leader in the first instance. Change requests need to be made via this route.
BOOKING MEETING ROOMS
Any bookings involving external guests or catering please email the Conference Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Conference meeting rooms are available year-round.
Department administrators throughout the university have access to the room booking system so please contact them in the first instance if you require a meeting room.
Following any teaching, meeting or society booking, please ensure your room is left in a state fit for teaching, with all litter cleared away and furniture left in a presentable fashion. Failure to adhere to this may result in refusal of future ad-hoc room bookings.