Class timetables

Create and view your class timetable via myTimetable.

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RMIT’s timetabling system is called myTimetable. If you’re a current higher education or vocational education student, you’ll use myTimetable to create and view your class timetable.

If you are not a current student, you can view the 2022 public read-only version of myTimetable.

Log in using your RMIT ID (the letter 's' followed by your student number) and password. Forgotten your password? Reset it.

Class timetables in 2021 & 2022

Classes in myTimetable may look different in 2021 and 2022 due to some classes being on campus and others online in response to COVID-19 restrictions. Find out how to check if your classes are online or on campus.

Key timetable dates

Higher education Semester 1 2022 key dates

Activity Date
myTimetable available in read-only mode 10am Wednesday 22 December 2021
Preference entry opens 10am Friday 28 January 2022
Preference entry closes 5pm Monday 7 February 2022
After this time, your classes will not appear in myTimetable while RMIT allocates students to classes. You can view your classes again when the review and allocation adjustment period opens.
Review and allocation adjustment opens 10am Tuesday 15 February 2022
Allocation adjustment closes 5pm Tuesday 15 March 2022

If you're not sure how to enter class preferences or adjust your allocated classes, see the HE guide to timetabling.

Vocational education Semester 1 2022 key dates

Activity Date
myTimetable available in read-only mode 10am Wednesday 22 December 2021
Automatic group allocation 10am Monday 24 January 2022
Allocation adjustment opens 10am Monday 24 January 2022
Allocation adjustment closes 5pm Friday 25 February 2022

If you're not sure how to adjust your allocated classes, see the VE guide to timetabling.

Key timetable dates for Semester 2 2022 will be made available in May 2022.

How to timetable

Select your timetabling guide below.

*If you're studying a Associate Degree in Business (AD010), Associate Degree in Legal Practice (AD015) or Diploma in Commerce (DP003), use the higher education guide to timetabling.
If you're studying a traineeship or apprenticeship program, your Program Manager will provide your attendance dates and times. Check your RMIT email for more information or contact your College.

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