Changes to student timetabling
What’s changing and when
Higher education courses
For Semester 1 2018, RMIT is moving to
|Dates||Step to take|
24 November 2017 –
|Step 1: Plan your class timetable using myTimetable (read-only)|
22 January (
|Step 2: Enter your class preferences using myTimetable during the preference entry period.|
|8–13 February 2018||RMIT allocates students to classes. During this time, you won’t be able to view or adjust your personal timetable, but you can still view the public version.|
|14 February 2018||Step 3a: Review your class allocations using myTimetable|
15 February (
|Step 3b: Adjust your personal class timetable using myTimetable if required|
Don’t forget to enter your class preferences between 22 January and 7 February!
Vocational education, associate degree and foundation studies courses
For Semester 1 2018, myTimetable is replacing web published timetables as well as the Student Timetabling System (STS) currently used by some students in the College of Business.
Most students: After you enrol in courses, you can use myTimetable to view your weekly personal timetable.
Exceptions: If you're studying the Associate Degree in Legal Practice, Associate Degree in Business and/or Diploma of Commerce, or you're presented with class options in myTimetable, you can use myTimetable to allocate yourself to classes on a ‘first-in, first-served’ basis, and then view your weekly personal timetable.
Find out more about how and when to timetable if you’re a vocational education student.
- myTimetable is easy to use, with a simple interface, and it’s mobile friendly.
- myTimetable refreshes every hour, which means if you change your enrolment in Enrolment Online, you can timetable after only 60 minutes.
- You can feed your RMIT timetable to your personal calendar with iCal.
- You need to log in to myTimetable even when it’s in read-only mode.