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Timetable Information

Update - 22/09/2020 

Plans are in place for the university to start the 2020/21 academic year. All of our plans are based on a conservative 2 metre social distancing protocol, consistent with Level 3 restrictions on the Government’s framework. However, in response to Friday’s request from Minister Simon Harris that Higher Education Institutions add further measures, our plans for the coming few weeks are being adapted. 

We had planned to use our campuses as much as possible for teaching, and we will revert to that approach as quickly as we can when restrictions are eased. However, the priority now is for everyone to support efforts to reduce the number of COVID 19 cases. 

Most teaching will move online for the period of the heightened level of restrictions, and so campus time indicated in the information which students received at the beginning of this month may reduce.   

Some campus teaching and research will go ahead: 

  • Teaching activities on campus will be limited to those considered necessary to the programme or specific student group and will be carried out in safe environments, with controlled numbers. Some further details by Faculty are given below.

  • Research students who need to be on campus to do their work effectively can attend campus, subject to compliance with all of the safety protocols in place.   

  • Please note that the government has confirmed that education is a priority, and so travel for the purposes of working or studying in DCU is allowed, including travel by public transport. 

  • Face coverings will be required within all buildings on campus. 

  • If you are not able to attend scheduled campus classes for reasons to do with your health, or that of a member of your household, or if you are unable to wear a face covering please let us know by filling in this form.

Teaching from October 5th

Once finalised, Programme Chairs will confirm arrangements to each class group for whom plans have changed, but the following is indicative of the impact of the changes in arrangements over this period:

DCU Institute of Education

Undergraduate programmes: Planned campus activities for students on the Bachelor of Education, the Bachelor of Religious Education and Bachelor of Early Childhood Education programmes will go ahead, because they are practical, skills or workshop based. Bachelor of Science in Education and Training, and Bachelor of Education (Languages) will be online only over the period of additional restrictions.  

Postgraduate Taught Programmes: Plans for on campus activities for the Professional Masters in Education Primary will go ahead; all other programmes will be online only for the period of additional restrictions. 

Faculty of Engineering and Computing

Undergraduate programmes: Campus teaching will be reduced to approximately half of that scheduled for the first three weeks of semester initially. Some practical, laboratory and project sessions will go ahead, but other work will be moved online. There will be no change to the specific day of the week indicated to students for campus classes, but attendance will not necessarily be required on all of these days. 

Postgraduate Taught Programmes: These are fully online for Semester 1, as originally planned.

Faculty of Science and Health 

Undergraduate programmes: All of the practical, laboratory, project and skills training sessions will go ahead on campus, but other work will be moved online. There will be no change to the specific day of the week indicated to students for campus classes, but attendance will not necessarily be required on all of these days over the period of enhanced restrictions. 

Nursing Placements: Students currently on placement or due to commence placement on September 21st should continue with their placement as planned.  

Postgraduate Programmes: With the exception of practical sessions in the psychology programmes which will go ahead on campus, all teaching and learning activities will be offered online for the first semester.

DCU Business School 

Undergraduate programmes: Teaching and learning activities previously scheduled to take place on campus (including first year induction scheduled for the week of 28th September) will move online.

INTRA: Students on INTRA should follow the guidance of their employers.

Postgraduate Programmes: Teaching and learning activities previously scheduled to take place on campus will move online.

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences  

Undergraduate programmes: Campus teaching will be reduced to the minimum with most teaching, previously planned for on-campus delivery moved online.  Some elements which cannot be completed remotely, will go ahead on campus - for final year students in our degree programmes in Journalism, Multimedia, and Communications Studies and also for some Jazz Performance modules across the years.   

Postgraduate Programmes:  Many programmes have indicated since early summer that they will be delivered fully online and those arrangements will not change.  The MA in Journalism, the MSc in Emerging Media and the MA in History programmes will have some on-campus classes for activities that cannot be completed remotely.


Update - 18/09/2020

Indicative Timetables for first years can be viewed at the following link.  

For each programme, the expected times, days and weeks for both campus based and online classes/activities are displayed.  Campus based classes and activities are dependent on government health advice.  In the event of a lockdown, as many activities as possible will move online and others may be rescheduled or adapted.

 


Update - 11/09/2020

Continuing Students

Indicative timetables were emailed directly to returning DCU undergrad students last week. These timetables were sent to your DCU email address. The indicative timetables show the number of days that on campus activities are planned for your class across Semester 1 as part of the hybrid learning model, and under current public health guidelines.  

Finalised and detailed timetables for campus and online teaching for Semester 1 will be made available before or during the week of September 28th, and indicative schedules for Semester 2 will follow later in the year. 

Students from all faculties including Engineering and Computing, Science and Health, Humanities and Social Sciences, the Business School, and the Institute of Education (with the exception of BEd students who will receive their timetable in the coming days) should now have had their indicative timetables emailed to them.

Any student who hasn't received the email should contact their programme chair directly to request an update.  

Communication with returning postgraduate students is being done separately by programme chairs.

Incoming 1st year students

The University has adopted a hybrid approach to teaching delivery for the coming academic year. Students will attend campus for face-to-face laboratory classes, practical sessions and small group interactions (e.g. tutorials and seminars). This on campus activity will be complemented by online teaching and learning and guided independent study. 


Accessing your Timetable

To search for your programme of study... Click on Timetable (Draft)

NOTE: Your 2020-21 Semester 1 timetable is in draft and not yet finalised.

In response to the request from Minister Simon Harris on Friday the 18th of September that Higher Education Institutions add further measures, our plans for the coming few weeks are being adapted. Published draft timetables will be subject to change in the first weeks, so check yours regularly.  For more information please see the 2020-21 COVID19 - Timetable Updates section on this webpage.

Click on the video to learn how to read your timetable. 

Note: There are now 2 new activities types:

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

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.

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 via Loop or another means, 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)

Click on Publish to access your timetable (Draft)

NOTE: Your 2020-21 Semester 1 timetable is in draft and not yet finalised.

Note: In response to the request from Minister Simon Harris on Friday the 18th of September that Higher Education Institutions add further measures, our plans for the coming few weeks are being adapted. Published draft timetables will be subject to change in the first weeks, so check yours regularly.  For more information please see the 2020-21 COVID19 - Timetable Updates section on this webpage.

Note: There are now 2 new activities types:

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

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

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 via Loop or another means, 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 

(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)

Click on Search Staff Timetables to search for another staff member's Timetable   (Log in using your DCU username and password).

For assistance on using Open Timetable click on the video below. 

Students have received the following instructions: 

Note: There are now 2 new activities types.

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

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.

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 via Loop or another means, please contact your module coordinator.

Click on Open Timetable  (Draft)

(No login required)

NOTE: 2020-21 Semester 1 timetable is in draft and not yet finalised.

In response to the request from Minister Simon Harris on Friday the 18th of September that Higher Education Institutions add further measures, our plans for the coming few weeks are being adapted. Published draft timetables will be subject to change in the first weeks, so check yours regularly.  For more information please see the 2020-21 COVID19 - Timetable Updates section on this webpage.

For assistance on using Open Timetable click on the video. 

Note: There are now 2 new activities types.

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

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.

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 via Loop or another means, 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, 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

Student FAQ's reporting

To view a report on questions raised by Students click here

To reset your Caspio password to gain access to the report click here 

Only specific staff have access to view this report, to gain access please raise a ticket via the ISS Service Desk for attention of Academic Systems