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Timetable Information

Systems Status:

Publish and Open Timetables: There is a fault with the data adapter refreshing from the Timetabling system; hence, these reports have not been refreshed since the 10th of November.

The issue has been report to the timetabling vender who are working on a resolution.

Timetable: Please check back regularly for updates

Last Updated: 18th November 2022

Accessing your Timetable

To search for your programme of study... Click on Timetable 

NOTE: Draft timetables for Semester 1, 2022/23  will be available from the 5th of September 2022. Draft timetables are subject to change, please check back regularly for updates.

 

Timetable Activity Naming Convention

All activity names on the timetable have been standardised, e.g. MC114[0]SY/L1/01. 

Activity Names are made up of the following:

Module Code[Semester]Delivery Type/Activity Type and number/Group number

Where;

Module Code - Value can be any module code E.g. MC114

Semester - Value can be: [1] = Semester 1, [2] = Semester 2, [0] = Year Long

Delivery Type - Value can be OC, AY or SY:

OC - On Campus, all activities that are on campus (including; Practical, Lectures, Tutorials, Workshops & Seminars)

AY - A-synchronous means pre-recorded Online, you can attend these during your own time, however, be aware that some may be a pre-requisite for attending certain On Campus or SY activities.

SY - Synchronous means Live Online, you should login as directed and attend at the time scheduled on your Timetable.

Activity Type - Value can be: P = Practical, L = Lecture, T = Tutorial, W = Workshop, S = Seminar.  There can be multiples of the same activity type under a module, e.g 2 lectures, 4 tutorials, therefore a number 1, 2, 3 etc will appear after the letter to differentiate between these. E.g. L1, L2, T1, T2, T3, T4.

Group - Value can be: 01, 02, 03 etc. This is the group of students who are scheduled to attend this activity.  Students are informed of their group by their faculty.

An example activity name is: MC114[0]SY/L1/01 - This is an activity for module MC114, that is a year long, Synchronous Lecture 1, for group 1 of students.

 

Accessing your online activities - If your activity is scheduled to take place within 48 hours and you have not been provided with links to your SY or AY activities, please contact your module coordinator.

For more help...

To find your programme of study using your CAO code take a look at the Timetabling Guide.

To find out what modules are available on your programme click on Registration Schedules.

Have a Question? Click on Ask a Question  

Finding your way? Click on Campus Maps  

A location code is made up of the Campus code, followed by the building, followed by the floor, followed by the room number e.g. GLA.QG13

Campus Codes are: GLA = Glasnevin Campus, SPD = St Patricks Campus, SPD.AHC = All Hallows Campus

The first letter on the location indicates the Building/Block listed on the campus Map.  The next digit indicates the Floor, G is for Ground, 1 is for 1st etc.  The remaining digits are the room number of that floor.

GLA.QG13, is room 13 on the ground floor of the Business School on the Glasnevin Campus.

Institute of Education Students studying...

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education(BECE)

  • Bachelor of Education(BED) (All streams)

  • Professional Master of Education(PMEP)

 

NOTE: Draft timetables for Semester 2 21/22 will be available once you are fully registered and an individual timetable is generated for you by your Faculty. Draft timetables are subject to change. Please check back regularly for updates.

 

Click on Publish to access your timetable

 

Timetable Activity Naming Convention 

All activity names on the timetable have been standardised for Semester 2 2021, e.g. MC114[0]SY/L1/01.  

Activity Names are made up of the following:

Module Code[Semester]Delivery Type/Activity Type and number/Group number

Where;

Module Code - Value can be any module code E.g. MC114

Semester - Value can be: [1] = Semester 1, [2] = Semester 2, [0] = Year Long

Delivery Type - Value can be OC, AY or SY: 

OC - On Campus, all activities that are on campus (including; Practical, Lectures, Tutorials, Workshops & Seminars)

AY - A-synchronous means pre-recorded Online, you can attend these during your own time, however, be aware that some may be a pre-requisite for attending certain On Campus or SY activities.

SY - Synchronous means Live Online, you should login as directed and attend at the time scheduled on your Timetable.

Activity Type - Value can be: P = Practical, L = Lecture, T = Tutorial, W = Workshop, S = Seminar.  There can be multiples of the same activity type under a module, e.g 2 lectures, 4 tutorials, therefore a number 1, 2, 3 etc will appear after the letter to differentiate between these. E.g. L1, L2, T1, T2, T3, T4.

Group - Value can be: 01, 02, 03 etc. This is the group of students who are scheduled to attend this activity.  Students are informed of their group by their faculty.

An example activity name is: MC114[0]SY/L1/01 - This is an activity for module MC114, that is a year long, Synchronous Lecture 1, for group 1 of students.

 

Accessing your online activities - If your activity is scheduled to take place within 48 hours and you have not been provided with links to your SY or AY activities, please contact your module coordinator.

Have a Question? Click on Ask a Question  

Finding your way? Click on  Campus Maps

A location code is made up of the Campus code, followed by the building, followed by the floor, followed by the room number e.g. GLA.QG13

Campus Codes are: GLA = Glasnevin Campus, SPD = St Patricks Campus, SPD.AHC = All Hallows Campus

The first letter on the location indicates the Building/Block listed on the campus Map.  The next digit indicates the Floor, G is for Ground, 1 is for 1st etc.  The remaining digits are the room number of that floor.

GLA.QG13, is room 13 on the ground floor of the Business School on the Glasnevin Campus.

To access your Staff Timetable Click on Publish 

Staff timetables are now available via Publish.

Please note, this a draft timetable and is subject to change. (Academic Systems 09:00 Hrs 5th September 2022)

(Log in using your DCU username and password)

NOTE: The Subscribe button within Publish has been disabled, so it is not currently possible to integrate your timetable with your Google Calendar.  This is because Google Calendar can take 8 hours to refresh and display changes to the timetable.  Google determine the refresh rate not DCU.

Click on Open Timetable to search for Module, Location and Programme timetables  (No login required)

The old staff look up functionality has been removed (allowing staff to look up other staff timetables). This was predicated on old unsupported PHP code that is a security risk to the University.

Timetable Activity Naming Convention

All activity names on the timetable have been standardised for Semester 2 2021, e.g. MC114[0]SY/L1/01.  

Activity Names are made up of the following:

Module Code[Semester]Delivery Type/Activity Type and number/Group number

Where;

Module Code - Value can be any module code E.g. MC114

Semester - Value can be: [1] = Semester 1, [2] = Semester 2, [0] = Year Long

Delivery Type - Value can be OC, AY or SY: 

OC - On Campus, all activities that are on campus (including; Practical, Lectures, Tutorials, Workshops & Seminars)

AY - A-synchronous means pre-recorded Online, you can attend these during your own time, however, be aware that some may be a pre-requisite for attending certain On Campus or SY activities.

SY - Synchronous means Live Online, you should login as directed and attend at the time scheduled on your Timetable.

Activity Type - Value can be: P = Practical, L = Lecture, T = Tutorial, W = Workshop, S = Seminar.  There can be multiples of the same activity type under a module, e.g 2 lectures, 4 tutorials, therefore a number 1, 2, 3 etc will appear after the letter to differentiate between these. E.g. L1, L2, T1, T2, T3, T4.

Group - Value can be: 01, 02, 03 etc. This is the group of students who are scheduled to attend this activity.  Students are informed of their group by their faculty.

An example activity name is: MC114[0]SY/L1/01 - This is an activity for module MC114, that is a year long, Synchronous Lecture 1, for group 1 of students.

 

Accessing your online activities - If your activity is scheduled to take place within 48 hours and you have not been provided with links to your SY or AY activities, please contact your module coordinator.

Click on Open Timetable

(No login required)

NOTE: Draft timetables for Semester 1, 2022/23 will be available from the 5th of September. Draft timetables are subject to change, please check back regularly for updates.

Timetable Activity Naming Convention

All activity names on the timetable have been standardised, e.g. MC114[0]SY/L1/01.  

Activity Names are made up of the following:

Module Code[Semester]Delivery Type/Activity Type and number/Group number

Where;

Module Code - Value can be any module code E.g. MC114

Semester - Value can be: [1] = Semester 1, [2] = Semester 2, [0] = Year Long

Delivery Type - Value can be OC, AY or SY: 

OC - On Campus, all activities that are on campus (including; Practical, Lectures, Tutorials, Workshops & Seminars)

AY - A-synchronous means pre-recorded Online, you can attend these during your own time, however, be aware that some may be a pre-requisite for attending certain On Campus or SY activities.

SY - Synchronous means Live Online, you should login as directed and attend at the time scheduled on your Timetable.

Activity Type - Value can be: P = Practical, L = Lecture, T = Tutorial, W = Workshop, S = Seminar.  There can be multiples of the same activity type under a module, e.g 2 lectures, 4 tutorials, therefore a number 1, 2, 3 etc will appear after the letter to differentiate between these. E.g. L1, L2, T1, T2, T3, T4.

Group - Value can be: 01, 02, 03 etc. This is the group of students who are scheduled to attend this activity.  Students are informed of their group by their faculty.

An example activity name is: MC114[0]SY/L1/01 - This is an activity for module MC114, that is a year long, Synchronous Lecture 1, for group 1 of students.

 

Accessing your online activities - If your activity is scheduled to take place within 48 hours and you have not been provided with links to your SY or AY activities, please contact your module coordinator.

 

Finding your way... Click on Campus Maps

A location code is made up of the Campus code, followed by the building, followed by the floor, followed by the room number e.g. GLA.QG13

Campus Codes are: GLA = Glasnevin Campus, SPC = St Patricks Campus, AHC = All Hallows Campus

The first letter on the location indicates the Building/Block listed on the campus Map.  The next digit indicates the Floor, G is for Ground, 1 is for 1st etc.  The remaining digits are the room number of that floor.

GLA.QG13, is room 13 on the ground floor of the Business School on the Glasnevin Campus

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