Know your timetable
The Allocate+ timetabling system is where you enter your preferred class times during the preference period.
Once the preference period ends, the system sorts you into classes and provides a timetable, which can be altered during the 4-5-week adjustment period so long as there are slots available.
Sometimes you may be unable to fix a clash, but there are ways to navigate this. Most classes post lectures online, units may be offered between campuses at a time that better suits your schedule, and in some cases can be offered as an entirely online experience! If you require an urgent tutorial time change, submit an enquiry.
Did you know there are more than two semesters? There’s a Summer* semester and a Winter* semester and these run either side of the two main semesters. They give you the opportunity to take units that you may not be able to fit into a normal semester.
See semester dates and all principal dates for 2021.
*Summer semester: Runs for three months from November to February
*Winter semester: Runs from mid-June to mid-July
There are a variety of units offered in these semesters, including language units in-country, study tours and internships. Units vary in length from two to six weeks.
Unit offering information: monash.edu/enrolments/summer-winter/faculty
Monash unit timetables: monash.edu/timetables
Online lecture availability: monash.edu/esolutions/students/lecture-recordings
Look at the maps of the different campuses and find out what facilities are available on each.
Room addresses in the timetable will look like this:
More information on understanding unit codes and room locations.