View your timetable

Use the myTimetable tool to see your personal lecture schedule. You'll also see any tutorials, labs, or studio sessions that you've already signed up for.

The myTimetable tool shows the lecture times for all your courses, as well as the times for your chosen tutorials, labs, and studios.

View your timetable

You can also see your timetable in Pūaha, our student portal.

Tutorials, labs, and studios

If you haven’t signed up for a lecture or tutorial in the myAllocator tool, you won’t see it in myTimetable.

Find out how to use the myAllocator tool to sign up for tutorials, labs, and studios.

Changing your courses

Neither the myTimetable nor myAllocator tools can be used to add or drop courses.

Find out how to make changes to your courses.

Academic timetables

The academic timetable spreadsheets contain the full teaching schedule for the relevant academic year. Lecture times are set first. Tutorials, labs, workshops, and studios are added as they are booked.

If your course doesn’t appear on the timetable, contact the relevant Tītoko team.

How to read your timetable

Course Reference Number (CRN)

The CRN is a number unique to a course offered in any one year. It distinguishes between identical courses taught in different trimesters or different modes—for example, lecture and distance—or between different streams of the same course in a particular trimester.

Dates

Dates are named for the Monday of the first week to the Monday of the last week a course runs. For example, a course that is listed as running for “Wks of 11 Jul–15 Aug", will run from the week of Monday 11 July to the week of Monday 15 August.

Initials are used to show the days of the week: M = Monday, T = Tuesday, W = Wednesday, R = Thursday, F = Friday, S = Saturday, U = Sunday.

Type

This column indicates the type of teaching for each course—lectures and tutorials.

Examination and assessment information

When you have officially scheduled exams or assessments, you will be able to see them in your personal timetable as shown in the myTimetable tool. You can't see exam or assessment timetables via Student Records.

Lecture times

Kelburn campus lecture times

Lectures held on our Kelburn campus are normally 50 minutes long, so you'll have 10 minutes to get between lectures. Most courses have two or three lectures per week.

  • Morning lectures start on the hour, with the last morning lecture starting at 12 noon.
  • Afternoon lectures start at 10 minutes past the hour, with the first afternoon lecture starting at 1.10 pm.
  • You will have at least a 20-minute break in the middle of the day (between 12.50 pm and 1.10 pm).

Pipitea and Te Aro campus lecture times

Lectures held on our Pipitea and Te Aro campuses are timed to allow you to travel between campuses.

  • Morning lectures start at 30 minutes after the hour.
  • Afternoon lectures start at 40 minutes after the hour starting from 12.40 pm each day.