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Teaching Timetables

GCU Teaching Timetables 2019-20

Programme and Module timetables:

Trimester A

Trimester B

Programme and Module timetables may include classes where students are divided across multiple groups - your allocated group will display on your individual student timetable once it has been made available to you. All timetables remain subject to minor amendments so regular checking of your timetable is advised.

 

Teaching Week

The University’s core teaching hours are:

9:00am to 6:00pm – Monday, Tuesday and Thursday

9:00am to 1:00pm – Wednesday

9:00am to 5:00pm – Friday

Classes can be scheduled at any point within the core teaching hours. Access to computer labs and library facilities are made available for you to use out with your classes. Please note: Some Programmes do have classes that run out with core teaching hours, however, you will be made aware of this in advance by your Programme Team.

Please refer to the University’s 2019-20 Academic Calendar for information on trimester dates.

 

Individual Student Timetables - Trimester A 2019/2020

Returning Students – You must fully register your intent to return, if eligible, by 31st July 2019 to guarantee an individual student timetable before teaching begins. Please note: Progression to the next academic year is subject to ratification by Assessment Board and in line with GCU regulations.

New Students – Your individual student timetable will be made available one week prior to Induction Week provided you have registered by 7th September 2019.

 

Individual Student Timetables - Trimester B 2019/2020


Trimester B teaching commences on Monday 27th January 2020 (week 1).

All students who are fully registered by the week commencing 13th January should receive their student timetable by Friday 17th January.  If you register late, you should receive your student timetable within 3 working days after registering.

 

Student Timetables - 2020/2021


Programme (course) timetables are currently under construction and will be ready and published to students on the first week of July 2020.  This will give students an idea of what days they will be expected to attend university and will include lecture slots and all seminar/tutorial/practical sessions you could be attached to within your course (i.e. if you're attached to group 1 or group 2 etc).  You will receive your individual student timetable in September 2020 once you have fully registered (exact dates are to be confirmed).  Your individual student timetable will include your final seminar/tutorial/practical group allocation(s).