MyTimetable

MyTimetable is an online self-service tool that enables undergraduate students to an optimal and conflict-free timetable and direct class enrolment.

 

You will be able to:

  • Filter and search for courses easily
  • Search classes and pin as preferred
  • Block timeslots to accommodate part-time jobs, and other personal commitments
  • Create multiple variations of schedules to choose from
  • Select their favourite schedule
  • Enroll directly in their classes

 

Tips to help you pick the schedule you want

When you find a particular course section that you really want to keep, pin it down and the list of results will eliminate any timetable options that don’t include your pinned course. You can click to pin right on the time grid or in the list of courses. Now when you sort through, the system will hold that class constant and sort other combinations again. Just click again to un-pin.
You can click and drag to block out certain times in the schedule based on your commitments. This won’t remove any timetables, just re-order the results so the ones that work best with your personal time constraints are at the top of the list. This way, you can really see all of your options and make an informed decision about what works for you.
In some cases, you may be facing tens or hundreds of possible options for your schedule. You can use the sort preferences found in the top right hand corner of the results section to bring more favourable results to the front. While this will not eliminate other options, it allow the more favourable ones appear first so that you can scroll through less schedules before finding your favourite one.
In the top right corner of the screen, you can include or exclude schedules containing closed classes.

If you need any assistance, a list of Frequently Asked Questions can be found here.

What’s New

Common enrolment error messages Click here.

Looking for the 2018-19 Undergraduate Calendar? You can find it here.

Need to upload a transcript attachment? Click here.

 

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