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Viewing the timetable

There are three terms in a year:

  • Michaelmas Term (MT)  - First term (Oct-Dec)
  • Lent Term (LT) - Second term (Jan-March)
  • Summer Term (ST) - Third term (April-July)

The term dates can be found on:

The timetables:

You can use the Online Timetable to view all of the teaching (lectures, seminars, classes etc) for every course that has term time teaching in the current academic year. 

Table 1 contains a list of departments and their abbreviated forms. In order to view the timetable for a course you will need to know the Course Code e.g MA100.

 There are many changes in the first few weeks of Michaelmas Term and students are advised to check the timetable daily for the first three weeks of term.

Table 1:

AC

Department of Accounting

LL

Law

AN

Anthropology

LN

Language Centre

DV

Department of International Development

MA

Mathematics

EC

Economics

MC

Media and Communications

EH

Economic History

MG

Department of Management

EU

European Institute

MY

Methodology Institute

FM

Department of Finance

MN

Managerial Economics and Strategy Group

GI

Gender Institute

OR

Management Science Group

GV

Government

PH

Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method

GY

Geography And Environment

PS

Social Psychology

HY

International History

SA

Social Policy

ID

Employment Relations & Organisational Behaviour Group

SO

Sociology

IR

International Relations

ST

Statistics

IS

Information Systems and Innovation Group

 

 

To view the timetable of a particular course click on the department name at the bottom of the web page followed by the module code on the left hand side. Here you will be able to view the day, time and week information and also teacher's names for the course you have selected.

(See illustration 1).

Illustration 1 (Click on the illustration for a larger version of the image): 

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Types of teaching:

For full details of the structure of each course please see the online Course Guide in the School's Calendar|.|

Lecture – Students should attend all lectures for each course.

Seminar – Seminars are a compulsory part of the teaching and learning experience and seminar attendance will be recorded for each session. You only need to attend the meetings for the seminar group you are assigned to.

Class   – Classes are a compulsory part of the teaching and learning experience and class attendance will be recorded for each session. Class sizes should not normally exceed 15 students. You only need to attend the meetings for the class group you are assigned to.

Workshop   – These are similar to classes and seminars and are usually computer help sessions.

 

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