Understanding your teaching timetable

How to understand and use your teaching timetable.

Timetable publication

Your timetable will be available in MYUWE (login required) after the publication date and once you have started online registration for your course. It can take up to three working days after you start the registration process for your timetable to appear.

View timetable

Problems with your timetable

For more help with your timetable, go to our Timetable guidance

Access online taught sessions

Links to online sessions are available on Blackboard (login required).

Request a timetable change

If you are an eligible student at level 2, 3 or on a Master's programme, you can request a change to your timetable via the Online Module Choice system (login required) between 12:00 (midday) on Wednesday 8 January 2024 and 24:00 (midnight) on Sunday 11 February 2024.

After this date, any changes will need to be requested and approved by either a Module Leader or a Programme Leader via email and forwarded to central.timetabling@uwe.ac.uk.

If you’re a level 1 or Foundation student, you will not be able to make changes to your timetable.

Student ambassadors will be available during this time to help you with the Online Module Choice system. Find them at the Information Point on Frenchay Campus.

Changes to your modules and activities are only possible if space is available and it does not create a clash with other activities on your timetable.

If you want to change modules but you are retaking modules, you will not be able to use the Online Module Choice system. You must work with a student support advisor to discuss if this is possible.

New modules not on Blackboard

If you've changed your optional modules it can take up to three working days for them to show on Blackboard.

Module retakes on your timetable

Student Support Advisers will be pre-selecting modules for students who have to retake one or more modules. While this is taking place, your timetable will only show the modules for the current academic year.

If you are still encountering problems with your timetable, please contact us via our self-help form (InfoHub login required).


For further information about MyEngagement and how to record your attendance at timetabled sessions, please visit the MyAttendance page.

Export your timetable

You can export your timetable to other apps such as Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook or Office 365. For help, see our MYUWE timetable guidance.

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