Having completed MyCurriculum and made your course choices, the next step will be choosing your classes through MyTimetable. This will open from 18 January so you may need to wait a little to get confirmation of your timetable - please bear with us. Once MyTimetable is open you will be able to select your synchronous teaching activities, the majority of which will be online. Synchronous means these are activities which take place at a specific scheduled time. In addition to these synchronous activities, your course will also involve many other activities which are delivered asynchronously (i.e. not at specific times). Your course coordinator will provide more information about these at the start of teaching and in the course area within MyAberdeen.
You are able to make changes to the courses and classes you have chosen until the end of the second week of teaching. Simply log back on to MyCurriculum to change your courses.
You must start MyCurriculum within minutes, otherwise your place will be reallocated and you will have to rejoin the back of the queue.
Please note: In order to access MyCurriculum, you need to have completed eRegistration in advance of logging in. It usually takes a few minutes for your IT account to be set up, but at busy times it can take a little longer. If you still can't log in after 5 hours, please visit the Support Site.
Erasmus and Study Abroad students will complete MyCurriculum during their Go Abroad Tutor appointment.
There will be valid reasons why particular optional courses are not showing in MyCurriculum as available to you. MyCurriculum takes into account pre-requisites, timetabling and degree programme requirements when displaying courses for you to choose.
When a subject area does not appear in the drop-down list, this is because there are no courses for you to select from that subject area.
Details of pre-requisites are found in the Catalogue of Courses. Whilst the Clash Checker shows lecture clashes only, MyCurriculum performs a more thorough check, including available tutorials.
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