You can access a personalised timetable at the start of each semester with the location, time and duration of all your tutorials, lectures and labs.
A few weeks before the start of each semester, you will be allocated a personal timetable for the semester based on the units of study you've successfully enrolled in. This will be available in Sydney Timetable. Sydney Timetable is the system you use to enter preferences, review and make adjustments to your timetable.
There are three stages to getting your final timetable:
Once your timetable is available, log in to Sydney Timetable and select the ‘Timetable’ tab. You can view your timetable in either grid view or list view.
For an overview of the Sydney Timetable system, watch our video.
Some units of study may not be centrally timetabled, meaning they are scheduled by your school or department and can't be accessed through Sydney Timetable. In these instances you can contact your unit of study coordinator (listed in the unit of study descriptions in your handbook) for assistance. To see a calendar view of key dates for each session, visit the session calendars page.
If your timetable needs to accommodate a student disability requirement, please contact Inclusion and Disability Services before the start of each semester. If you are affected by long-term circumstances, such as a recurring medical condition, we encourage you to register with Inclusion and Disability Services. By registering you will gain access to the adjustments and services to support you to succeed in your studies.
In your timetable you can also click on the venue hyperlink to access information on the accessibility of each venue, including details on accessible equipment, hearing augmentation/visual impairment support and building features such as wheelchair accessible entrances, bathrooms and lifts available.
Due to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 and travel restrictions, many units of study will continue to be available for remote learning (online delivery) during 2021. Make sure you check the location code when choosing your units of study in Sydney Student. Find out more about selecting units in Sydney Student and the codes used.
If you are unable to travel to campus to attend classes, you need to select units where the location is ‘RE’, meaning Remote. This means your timetable will then only display remote classes (delivered online).
If you choose a unit with the wrong location, find out how to change your units of study. You will need to make any changes to your units by the deadline to add a unit of study for the session.
Learn how to get started in Sydney Timetable with the video below.
The homepage of Sydney Timetable provides an overview of your enrolment details and the allocation status for each of your units of study.
A summary of your current enrolment details, including all your activity allocations, is in the top left-hand corner of the homepage.
Your current enrolment details are shown in the ‘Enrolment’ box. Each unit of study will show different ‘activity types’, which are included in the subject. Examples of activity types include lectures, tutorials, workshops and laboratories.
Select an activity type to see the list of all the available classes. Additional details such as the class venue and time will also appear.
If you want to see the available classes for a unit of study you’re not enrolled in, you will need to use the search bar to find the unit.
The blue icon next to each of your enrolled units provides further information about the unit of study.
A status appears in brackets next to each activity type in the ‘Enrolment’ box. You should check each activity status as it provides information about your allocations and any actions you may need to take.
The different activity statuses are:
If you’re doing a course in the The University of Sydney School of Medicine or The University of Sydney School of Dentistry, you will not access your timetable through Sydney Timetable. Ahead of your study session, your school will send you teaching times and locations for your units.