• Student timetabling

    You can view and print your current timetable by accessing your Google Calendar.

    View your timetable (Brookes students only) »   View all module timetables »

    For information about using your Brookes Google Calendar, see Google Apps on the OBIS website. There is also a helpful presentation on "Adding a Course Module Timetable to your Google Calendar".

    Timetabling papers

    To view a future semester's timetable, click on your ‘Record and Results’ page on PIP. On the lefthand side of your module selections, you will see each semester highlighted in blue. Click on the semester you wish to view, e.g. JAN-2018. Whilst we endeavour to have all the timetabling information available for the current academic year, you may find that some of the room details may not be confirmed yet. However, these should start to appear nearer the start of the semester you are interested in. 

    University guidelines on timetabling can be found in the Timetabling Policy in the University Regulations.

    Frequently asked questions

  • At the request of our students, the Timetabling team and Faculty Timetablers have been working towards providing the University with earlier timetables. In 2019 we will be publishing an Annual Timetable. This will mean the publication of all Semesters on the same date. 

    Academic Year 2018/19

    Semester 1 timetables will be published one-month early on the 3rd August 2018.

    Semester 2 timetables will be published three-months earlier in mid-October. 

    Academic Year 2019/20

    Semester 1, 2 and 3 timetables will be published in July 2019. 

    It is possible to change your timetable. Please note that some modules are only taught during one slot per academic year, where this occurs, you will be unable to request a change. If it is indicated on PIP that there is more than one slot available, please see below for guidance:

    • If you find you are not able to attend your allocated timetable slots for a valid reason such as work commitments or difficulties travelling between campuses, then you can request to change to another timetable slot by clicking on the 'Make Timetabling Request' link found on the lefthand side of your module selections. Use this page to select an alternative slot for practical/seminar groups .

      Alternatively, you can use the Timetabling Request Form (deadline for submission is Week 0 of the relevant semester).

      Please note, if your request creates a timetable clash, then it will not be processed. If you wish to change your seminar group after Week 0, then the timetabling request will go to the module leader for approval. You should always add comments to support your timetabling request.
    • If you have care commitments and need to change your timetable, then the best way of requesting that you are timetabled into the advertised seminar slots (i.e. those nearest the lectures) is to email the Student Records Team. They will flag you on our system as having care commitments and our timetabling program will endeavour to always put you in the first run or set of all the modules you are registered for, so that you are able to arrange childcare well in advance.
    The information on your timetable reflects requests made by the module leaders before the start of the semester and should therefore be considered the most up-to-date version of the teaching schedule. For further information, please contact the module leader.
    Please contact disabilitysupport@brookes.ac.uk (01865 484650), who will liaise with the Timetabling Team in order to find an appropriate solution.
    Students who wish to be an ad-hoc room should visit the Information for Students webpage on the Room Bookings website.

    Previously, Oxford Brookes have provided student timetables on a semesterly basis. This means that the Semester 1 timetable was published in September and the Semester 2 timetable was published in January. 

    We are now working hard to provide students with a full yearly timetable in July 2019 and every year subsequent. 

    The benefit of this is that continuing students will be able to refer to their timetables earlier in the year and can plan in part-time work and childcare well ahead.