Higher education class timetables

Everything you need to know about accessing your class timetable.

Draft timetables

We prepare draft timetables so you can refer to them during enrolment.

  • You can access the draft timetables by clicking on the ‘read only timetable’ link in the Student Timetabling System (STS).
  • Announcements will be made in myRMIT when timetables are available.
  • Please be aware that some details for some classes may not be present in the draft timetable, particularly early after the release date.
  • Draft timetables are updated regularly so please check back for more details.

Using the Student Timetable System

Once you have enrolled, use the Student Timetabling System (STS) to create your own class timetable that will display when you log in to myRMIT.

You can only create your class timetable after the following dates.


Timetable release date


8 am Wednesday 19 February 2014

Science, Engineering and Health

8 am Thursday 20 February 2014

Design and Social Context

8 am Friday 21 February 2014

  • For help refer to the STS quick guide (PDF 448kb 11p).
  • Access STS as soon as possible after the release date so you don’t miss out on your preferred classes.
  • The last day to add a new course for Semester 1 2014 is Friday 14 March 2014.
  • The last day to change your timetable booking in STS is Friday 21 March 2014.
  • You can view, print and email a copy of your timetable by logging in to myRMIT and clicking on the Timetable tab.

Please note:

  • If you select a course with only one activity you may be automatically allocated to that activity. Check back regularly as additional courses may be added later.
  • If you want to do a class offered by another college the go live date for that college will apply.

Timetables not in the STS

If you cannot access your timetable in the STS, check if your timetable is available online in the table below. If you cannot access your timetable online contact Timetabling Services for more information.


Timetable information


(Timetables only available via STS)

  • Accounting
  • Business IT and Logistics
  • Economics, Finance and Marketing
  • Graduate School of Business and Law
  • Management

Design and Social Context

Science, Engineering and Health

(Not all timetables available online)

  • Civil, Environmental and Chemical Engineering
  • Computer Science and Information Technology
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Health Sciences
  • Medical Sciences

Timetable changes

Please check your timetable regularly as it is your responsibility to be aware of any changes.

Notifications about changes or updates to timetables will usually be sent to your RMIT student email account, so remember to access it at least twice a week.


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Create your class timetable

Log in to the STS