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    Your Timetable

    Viewing your timetable: Log onto myUniHub. Go to 'My Calendar' on the 'My Middlesex' page and select the 'My Teaching Timetable' link. This will take you to the current week, if no timetable is shown click the 'Next Week' link to get to your first teaching week to see your timetable.

    NOTE: Please check your timetable regularly as it is subject to change and may be updated.

    If you have any queries: Please contact our student help team - UniHelp

    You must enrol to view your timetable: Your timetable will be available for you within a week from when you enrol.

    Part-time students may also find that they have been allocated to teaching sessions via the student allocation process. However, the majority will need to discuss which modules they are studying with their Programme Leader and then register for the appropriate modules. The earlier this is undertaken, the earlier the teaching timetable will be available.

    Optional modules should be registered as soon as possible. Please see your Programme Handbook and/or Programme Leader.

    Some Art & Design, Education, Music, Theatre Arts & Dance students may have additional sessions allocated and will receive full information from module leaders.

    Some BSc nursing students won't be able to view their timetable online.

    Postgraduate Research students won't have a timetable.

    Teaching week: Teaching can take place anytime between the hours of 9am and 9pm Monday to Thursday & 9am to 6pm on Friday. Some teaching takes place on Saturday but programmes taught at the weekend make this very clear in their course information.

    Changes to timetable: Students may be eligible to make seminar/lab changes themselves in myUniHub. This will be subject to the conditions set by the module leader and student capacity on the session. Please refer to ‘Change your timetable’ in myUniHub.

    Academic calendar The University's Academic Calendar gives you the key dates of the current academic year, such as term start and end dates, holidays, exam weeks and result publication dates.

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