Timetables will be available to returning students from Monday 17 September. Returning students based in the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science will be will be able to access their timetables from Friday 21 September.
If returning students wish to change their pre-enrolment module choices they will be able do this online between 12 noon on Monday 17 September and 12 noon on Friday 21 September. Module change requests will be processed as a priority, but it can take up to five working days for these changes to show in individual student timetables. Students can use the master timetable to view times and locations of relevant lectures in the meantime.
New students will be able to view their timetables from Monday 24 September. They will be able to make their module choices online between 12 noon on Monday 24 September and 12 noon on Thursday 27 September. The individual student timetables for new students will build over the first weeks of the semester as they pick their modules.
There will be a further period for module choice changes between 12 noon on Monday 1 October and 12 noon on Friday 5 October. However, we all need to encourage students to process changes in the earlier sessions, as this means their individual student timetable will be finalised as early as possible.
Due to the phased implementation of the Campus Solutions student records system we are continuing to work with both existing and new module codes. We appreciate this is not ideal but it is a necessary step to ensure we can move to a single integrated student record system for the whole University.
To ensure clarity for both colleagues and students, the online module enrolment forms that students complete and timetables will display both the existing and new module codes alongside the title of the module.
The latest list of module codes can be viewed on the Module Codes Workspace site. This list shows the existing Saturn module codes mapped to the corresponding new Campus Solutions module codes. Staff and students can easily search this list at any time using either the existing code, new code or the title of a module.
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