Your timetable and studying on campus in 2022/23

For September 2022 we plan on full on-campus delivery, including on-campus face to face teaching supported by online learning. We won’t be offering the option to study online only for any of our face to face courses.

When will teaching timetables be published?

If you are a new student starting in September, you will be able to view your personal timetable on e:Vision within five working days of completing your online registration.

Information on how to register will be sent to you in August, once you have met all the conditions of your offer and your grades have been confirmed.

Timetables for Welcome Week will be published on our Welcome pages on Thursday 28 July.

If you are studying a course at ARU London, please contact ARU London directly for timetabling information.

If you are currently studying with us, you will be able to view your personal timetable on e:Vision from Thursday 28 July at approximately 3.30pm.

How do I access my timetable?

Your personal timetable will be available on e:Vision.

You will also be able to download your personal timetable to the ARU app from Tuesday 30 August.

General module, course and example timetables will be available on the timetabling pages on My ARU from Thursday 28 July.

Find out more about how to access your timetable.

What will my timetable look like?

Your timetable will show lectures, seminars, workshops and practical sessions in both general classrooms and specialist workspaces.

It will also show some online sessions, for example personal tutorials and course meetings.

There may also be some online classes showing on your timetable. These will be labelled clearly as online. You can access these classes through the Canvas site for the module.

How many days a week will I have classes?

Where possible, your teaching will be in blocks.

If you are a full-time student, you’re likely to have classes on three or four days a week. If your course is placement based, the number of days you’re timetabled will vary week to week but in some weeks, you may have classes on five days.

If you are a part-time student, your classes will typically be on one or two days a week.

Your timetable may change week to week, particularly if your course is placement based, so please check each week of your e:Vision timetable.

Can I change my timetable?

If your modules have a number of seminar or practical groups, you may be able to request to change to a different group. You can find more information about changing on the timetabling page on My ARU.

It may not always be possible to change your group - the group you have chosen may already be full, or may be restricted to certain courses. If this is the case, we will advise you when we reply to your request.

It’s really important that you follow your timetable and attend the classes you have been officially timetabled for.

When will the Welcome Week timetable be available?

Timetables for Welcome Week will be published on our Welcome pages on Thursday 28 July.

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