If you make a course change in MyCurriculum and confirm this by completing the Terms and Conditions, you will be unenrolled from all classes (eg tutorials, labs) for that course. If you then re-enrol on the course, you will need to make your class selections for this course again in MyTimetable.
You will also need to make your class selections in MyTimetable for any new courses that you select in MyCurriculum.
After you have selected your courses, you will be able to log into MyTimetable* to choose your tutorials, practicals and labs (if applicable) and finalise your personal timetable. MyTimetable will guide you through this process via step-by-step online help. You can access MyTimetable on your phone, tablet or PC, as well as subscribe to it on Android, iPhone or Outlook. Please ensure you have completed course selection, received a confirmation email, and have waited 2-3 hours before trying to login to MyTimetable.
* with the exception of students on programmes who use MyMBChB, MyBDS, MyPA and MyMedSci
This may be because:
What should I do?
… but there really is no other optional course I would like to take, what should I do?
The University, for academic reasons, does not recommend that students take clashing courses. If you believe you have an exceptional circumstance and wish to apply to take a clashing course, please click the "No, I need more help" button at the bottom of this page. In answer to the question “What do you need help with?” choose “Take Clashing Course” from the drop down list.
Please note: There is no guarantee that you will be given permission and you should look for alternative courses to study should your request be refused.
Please note that the class times displayed in the Timetable Clash Checker are in your computer's local time zone. To view UK class times, please make sure your computer's time zone is set to London/UK.
The Timetable Clash Checker shows the first week of teaching by default. If there are no classes scheduled for that week the timetable displayed will be blank. Clicking on the arrow at the top right of the timetable will allow you to move the timetable display forwards by one week. Clicking on the arrow at the top left of the timetable will move the timetable display back one week. Use these navigation controls to view all scheduled classes for your courses clash search results.
When logged into MyTimetable, click on the “Report A Problem” button at the right hand side of the navigation menu. A popup window will appear asking you a number of questions to direct your enquiry to the correct team. For question one, answer “All available classes for a course are full”. For question 2, select the affected course that you are having issues enrolling in. Finally, add any additional information in the text box provide for question three. Once you have answered all the questions, click the “Send Report” button which will direct your enquiry to the relevant team. Regularly check your university issued email address as we will respond to your enquiry via email as soon as possible.