Please familiarise yourself with the information on this page. It contains important information regarding timetabling, including what you should do and who you should contact if there is a problem with your timetable.
Start and finish times for lectures and seminars are on the hour and 50 minutes past the hour. Some teaching sessions are double length; please ensure that you check your individual timetable carefully each week.
Remember that it is your responsibility to check your individual timetable for lectures and seminars and that you should check the noticeboards and your e-mail account regularly, since times and venues of lectures and seminars (and any changes to them) are shown there. You must arrive promptly for your timetabled teaching – if you arrive late or cause a disturbance, you may be asked to leave.
Your personal timetable can be viewed via MUSE myServices. Alternatively, timetables can be found on iSheffield. Students are expected to check their timetables every day in case of changes.
Once the timetable is finalised at the start of each semester we do not plan to move anything, however if a staff member becomes unavailable to teach in the timetabled slot (eg. through illness or research commitments) we will have to change the timetable. Unfortunately, this is out of our control.
If changes are very last minute we will email students but, as you are expected to check your timetable every day, we will not email you about changes where you have several days notice.
IMPORTANT – Occasionally there are discrepancies between iSheffiled and your Timetable on MUSE. Please take the MUSE timetable as authoritative in the event of any discrepancies.
To help you get to grips with the timetabling system we’ve put together a list of the questions with answers that we are asked most frequently. If you have a question or cannot find the information you need please email firstname.lastname@example.org