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Durham University

Computing and Information Services


We're committed to making IT easier for our staff and students, and to do this we've introduced a new timetable tool in time for next academic year.

MyTimetable will provide an online personalised timetable for all undergraduates and taught post-graduates, and staff with a teaching responsibility.

What is MyTimetable?

For students, it gives you an at-a-glance view of your own unique timetable so you can see all of your teaching and learning activities regardless of whether you're a single, joint or combined honours student studying in one or several departments.

For staff, it shows where and when the lectures, seminars and workshops you teach will take place.

When can I see my personalised timetable in MyTimetable?

For students: You will need to register for your modules following the usual process. Once registration is complete and a finalised timetable has been approved, your personalised timetable will be available in MyTimetable. We will be updating this information throughout the summer, so please keep checking in. We expect your personalised timetable will be available around late summer.

For staff: The MyTimetable website is now live showing your 2021/22 timetable. We encourage you to have a look at your timetable as soon as possible, and if you have any queries, please contact your departmental timetable coordinator. Not sure who yours is? Check out our list of timetable coordinators here.

How can I access MyTimetable?

Academic teaching staff and students all have access to MyTimetable. You can access the site by visiting