Three steps to timetabling: plan, enter your preferences, review and adjust if required.

Preferential class allocation

For Semester 1 2018, RMIT is moving to preferential class allocation for higher education students. Find out what's changing.

The preferential model provides you with the opportunity to indicate your preferred classes during the advertised preference entry period, so your preferences can be taken into account. It’s a fairer system for all students. Go to step 2 to find out when and how to enter your preferences.

1. Plan your class timetable

24 November 2017 - 21 January 2018

You need to be enrolled in courses before you start Step 1.

  • Go to Access myTimetable
  • Log in to myTimetable 2018
  • View your class options and plan your preferences.

The read-only timetable is subject to change. Although RMIT tries to minimise changes, it can happen, so check it regularly.

2. Enter your class preferences

22 January (9am) - 7 February 2018 (5pm)

This is your opportunity to indicate your preferred classes, so your preferences can be taken into account.

How to enter your preferences:

If you don’t enter your preferences before the deadline, RMIT will automatically allocate you to classes.

Note that some courses may not require you to enter class preferences. If this is the case, it will be clearly indicated in myTimetable.

8 - 13 February 2018 - RMIT allocates all enrolled students to classes, based on their preferences.

During this time, you won’t be able to view or edit your personal timetable, but you can still view the public version of myTimetable. Search by course name or code to find timetabling details in the public version of myTimetable.

3. Review and adjust your personal class timetable

14 February 2018 (9am) - Find out what classes you’ve been allocated to

Review the classes you’ve been allocated to when myTimetable re-opens in read-only mode and decide whether you want to make any adjustments.

15 February (8am) - 16 March 2018 (5pm) - Make adjustments to your classes (if required)

You can make class adjustments on a ‘first-in, first-served’ basis:

  • Go to Access myTimetable.
  • Log in to myTimetable 2018.
  • Review and adjust your class timetable as required.

View your personal class timetable

All done! You can now view, print and share your personal class timetable from myTimetable.

You can also feed your class timetable to your personal calendar by selecting the iCal link in myTimetable.

Enrolling or adding classes after 7 February?

The following processes apply:

Enrolment date How to timetable
After 7 February (5pm) but before 13 February RMIT will automatically allocate you to classes
From 13 February Select classes on a first in, first served basis. You can do this in myTimetable from 15 February (8am)

Timetable changes

The timetable is subject to change. Although RMIT tries to minimise changes, it can happen. Please check your RMIT student email for news of any updates or changes, and log in to myTimetable regularly for the latest information.

Need help?

For timetable related queries, contact RMIT Connect.