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Timetables

Timetable publication dates*

SemesterPublication
September 2022 (223)Available
January 2023 (231)Available

*Dates are subject to change

VIEW 2022 TIMETABLE

VIEW 2023 TIMETABLE

Please note the University class timetable is subject to change and you are required to check the timetable prior to the commencement of classes.

Please Note:

From Semester 1 January 2023 (231) the university will replace Lecture classes with a new delivery style of Forum*.  The timetable viewer is currently displaying the old naming convention of LEC (lecture) and eStudent, where class registration occurs, will display the class as FORUM (FRM).  Please register into all classes inclusive of the Forums. 

Any queries please email Central Timetabling at¬†[email protected].

*Forum:      

An open and active learning engagement that includes the whole learner cohort for a subject, where content, ideas, issues, curiosity and perspectives are exchanged and explored collectively to promote learner understanding. Learners are engaged in active, authentic, and experiential learning.

Class delivery mode

The definition of the class delivery mode is as follows:

  • Multimodal delivery: classes conducted using a mixture of on-campus and remote delivery formats
  • On-campus delivery: classes with students attending in class room
  • Remote delivery: classes with students attending via technology

Timetable display by organisational unit

Searching by Organisational Unit. 

Grid timetable report type

Timetable display by subject code/s

The subject/s can be located from the Program Structure and Sequences or a subject code search

Students personal timetables

Select your classes and manage your own timetable (lectures, tutorials, labs etc) from eStudent. Remember to check your timetable again prior to the start of each semester as scheduled classes are subject to change. If you require assistance with enrolling please contact an Enrolment Advisor at Student Business Centre.

Assessment Timetable

Most assessments will be completed online and have been designed to ensure both on-campus and remote students can appropriately demonstrate their learning. Some limited exceptions may require students to complete assessment on campus or in a clinical setting. Please refer to individual subject assessment plans published in subject outlines. Please contact the Lead Educator of the subject for further information.

For more information refer to the Deferred assessments or the Assessment Timetable pages.