Find out about timetables, tutorials, examination dates and access myAllocator to sign-up for your tutorials.
myAllocator has recently be upgraded and you will notice two main changes:
- Class selections will be automatically saved upon selection, so the save button is removed.
- The logout button is also temporarily removed, so remember to close your browser session if you are using a public computer.
Your personal timetable
Please check your personal timetable for all lectures.
Lectures and tutorials
myTimetable's data is a copy of the timetables found in myAllocator. If you are not signed up to a lecture or tutorial in myAllocator, you will not see it in myTimetable.
The academic timetables contain the teaching schedule for the relevant academic year. Tutorials, workshops, and studios will be added as they are booked.
The 2021 Academic Timetable is available to download.
If your course does not appear on the timetable, contact your faculty office to find out more.
How to read the timetable
CRN (Course Reference Number)
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 (eg. lecture and distance), or between different streams of the same course in a particular trimester.
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. Days M = Monday, T = Tuesday, W = Wednesday, R = Thursday, F = Friday, S = Saturday, U = Sunday.
This column indicates the type of teaching for each course—lectures and tutorials.
Students who have officially scheduled exams or assessments can view their personal timetables via myTimetable—timetables are not visible through Student Records.
Information about 2021 exams and assessments will be loaded as it becomes available.