Student Timetables

Continuing Students

Information for all students

You are advised to check your timetable daily as it can be subject to change.

Information for Continuing Students

How to view timetables for your new year of study.

Until you successfully complete your new academic year registration, module and programme timetables may reflect your previous year's teaching.

Your timetable will show you the date, time and location of classes taking place on campus. All other timetabled classes will be online and live using Zoom or Teams. Your school will provide information on how to engage with online learning.

After completing stage and module registration, your personal or individual timetable will show the seminar or group class you should attend or which you have signed up to attend (if this option is open to you). It is your responsibility to check that your optional modules do not clash before registering to take them. If a combination of modules are not compatible, you must discuss alternatives with your school or subject area.

Seminars or group class allocations may not be finalised until the end of the first week of each semester. If you do sign up to attend a specific session in school, this may not be reflected on your individual timetable until the second week of teaching. You should follow instructions issued by your school or subject area or lecturer until that time.

You are advised to check your timetable daily for the the first few weeks as it can be subject to change.

You can subscribe to your personal timetable on a range of calendaring apps for Android and iOS using iCal subscriptions. Follow the relevant link below to add your timetable to your devices calendar.

Each individual service determines when the calendar is updated on your device. We recommend using the Newcastle University app for viewing your timetable as it will be correct if there are last minute changes.

You should refer to local timetable information provided by the school if you are a student studying in the Faculty of Medical Sciences. This excludes Psychology Undergraduate and MSc courses and MRes Medical Sciences.

Info for Returning Students