In MyTimetable you can:
- browse available times for the units you're enrolled in
- specify your time preferences for when you'd like to attend
- change your allocated times after preferences have been sorted (subject to availability).
Please note that it's your responsibility to confirm the location of your lectures and tutorials.
Timetable & calendar tips
Throughout the year, VU's MyTimetable will open in various modes that let you enter preferences, view your timetable or change allocations.
Here is an explanation of each mode with times that each take place:
- Preference entry mode (9am): MyTimetable is open for you to enter your preferences. Your preferences are not handled in the order they are received, so you have plenty of time to review your options and build a timetable that works well.
- Preference sort closed (8am): MyTimetable is closed as we sort your preferences and allocate you into classes.
- Allocation open (9am): MyTimetable is open for you to view your personal timetable and change your allocations.
- Read-only mode (3pm): MyTimetable is open for you to view your timetable, but you can't change allocations.
- Closed for semester/block (3pm): MyTimetable is closed, and you can no longer view your personal timetable.
The dates for each mode of the timetable are listed under headings below.
Finding your classroom
MyTimetable can help you find where your scheduled classes are being held on campus or online.
To find your classroom:
Your class' location information is written out as 'C-BLR' in MyTimetable. This means:
- campus (followed by a hyphen)
Campus information is abbreviated, so please review our abbreviations below.
You can also browse two example class locations.
Explanation of Higher Education timetables
We have three types of timetables for our bachelor and postgraduate degrees taught in Melbourne.
Standard higher education timetable
For students studying multiple units at the same time over a 12-weeks semester, in a traditional course delivery model that is common at other universities.