All undergraduate students can access their timetable online via Allocate+. Due to the highly structured nature of our undergraduate courses, students are automatically allocated an individual, clash free, personalised timetable. Students are not required to submit preferences for teaching activities or build their own timetable.
When will my Semester 2, 2020 timetable be available?
You will be able to access your personal timetable for weeks 1-3 from 10.00 am on Tuesday 21 July. Timetables are accessible via Allocate+.
Update 14 August, 2020
Your timetable for weeks 4 to 12 will be released in stages (because of Victoria's stage four restrictions):
- weeks 4 to 7 (August 24 to September 18): from Monday 17 August. All classes will be conducted online.
- weeks 8 to 12 (October 5 to November 6): on Thursday 17 September.
Each teaching year on campus is broken into two semesters, 12 weeks each. Students have a full non-teaching week each semester known as the mid-semester break.
As a full time student you can expect to be on campus anytime between 8.00 am - 6.00 pm, Monday to Friday. It is up to you to organise all other activities (including work commitments) around your timetable. Students cannot change allocated times or groups as outlined in the request for class change guidelines, see below. Attendance at all practical, tutorial and workshop classes is compulsory.
Students are generally not permitted to change the workshop, tutorial or practical classes to which they are allocated. Requests for changes will only be considered for exceptional circumstances i.e. chronic medical condition or other significant, and documented, reason.
No changes will be made to cater for student work commitments.
All requests for timetable support including swapping allocated classes (exceptional circumstances only) must be referred to Scheduling Operations using the Allocate+ Help form. Do not email faculty academic or support staff directly.
Cross year enrolment and clashes
Enrolment into multiple year levels (units) in any given semester (e.g taking year one units alongside year two units) may result in an activity clash in your timetable.
We try our best to avoid causing clashes and deliver the best timetable to every student, but in some cases you may end up with a clash. It is your responsibility to check, and resolve your timetable clashes in the first week of semester.
Every semester you must follow the steps below before the end of week 1: