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Semester One examination timetable

The mid-year examinations will be held from Monday, 10 June to Saturday, 22 June. 

The timetable will be available on the examinations website from Friday, 22 March. You will also get an e-mail with your personal timetable.

Please make sure that you check the dates and times of your examinations carefully. It is also important that you avoid making any personal commitments during the examination period as you are expected to be available to sit your exams as scheduled. Holiday plans are not valid grounds for the rescheduling of exams.

Room allocation information will be published on the examinations website on the last day of lectures for Semester One (31 May).

Calculator checks
Calculator checks for courses that need it are available from the Information Desk (Matariki, Level 1) on a drop-in basis. Please see Examination Instructions for further information.

Academic Skills Centre support
For assistance with revision and exam preparation, stress management and other academic matters, check out the courses running at the Academic Skills Centre this term.

All the best for your studies this semester.

Barbara Albertson
Examination Arrangements Senior Co-ordinator

Timetable troubleshooting

If you’re experiencing things like timetable changes, clashes, or you’re not sure how to select a tutorial – don’t worry, help is at hand.

Timetable changes
It’s normal for timetable changes to happen at the start of the semester as class numbers and the spaces to accommodate those numbers are confirmed.

If there is a change to your timetable a notification will be sent to your uclive student email address, so make sure you check it regularly.  You can also check your timetable online here, via LEARN, or on the Qualifications and courses webpage by entering your course code into the search field.

Timetable clashes
If you have a timetable clash, contact your college course coordinator – you might be able to get a recording of the lecture. You could also discuss with the course coordinator the feasibility of completing the course without attending an activity, or you may need to consider dropping one of the courses that is clashing this semester.

Information about course coordinators is on the Course Information System page for the course, under the heading Course Coordinator.

Selecting tutorials and activities
You may need to allocate yourself to a tutorial or activity such as a lab for your course. For information on how to do this click here.

  • If a tutorial or lab option is not ‘open’ – opening allocations is up to individual teaching staff. If you wish to allocate early contact your course coordinator.
  • If activities are full – contact your course coordinator.

Location not showing?
If a location isn’t showing for a lecture, tutorial or lab contact the course coordinator.

More information

  • Check out My Timetable Help and the Timetable FAQs on the UC website.
  • Contact the course coordinator or department undergraduate administrator if you have any other concerns.

My timetable – your ‘Need to Know’ info

Once you’ve accepted your offer of enrolment at UC you will be able to create your personalised timetable using My Timetable. Keep in mind that you are responsible for accessing and checking timetable information to work out where and when your lectures and tutorials are.

Handy hint: double check for clashes, tutorials and labs.  Read on for more help below.

Have you noticed that your timetable appears in grey when you click on timetable planning in My Timetable? To create your personalised timetable using My Timetable you must have accepted your offer of enrolment at UC  If you have not your timetable will appear grey. 

There are 10,000 campus maps at pick-up points around campus to help you find your way or click here for campus maps>

Need more help with accessing My Timetable?

  • Call the Contact Centre on  0800 VARSITY (827 748) +64 3 364 3443 if calling from overseas or visit Student Services on Level 1, Matariki.  Campus map>
  • You may need to select your lab sessions or tutorials – these are all open 
  • If you have a timetable clash contact the relevant College or Department. Click here for Colleges and Departments A-Z>