School of Computer Science

Timetables for 2017/18

Important Information

  1. The below timetables are manually downloaded from the Central Timetabling System for ease of use. The School endeavour to ensure that the timetables are kept up-to-date at all times but this is not always possible. For the most accurate timetable information please see your personalised timetable via the My.Bham portal.
  2. Optional Modules and Timetable Clashes: Not all options may be available in any particular year. Some option combinations are only available if the timetable permits. As students may have to make preliminary option choices before timetables are available, changes may be needed later if there are clashes. In selecting options, students need to pay attention to pre- and co-requisites.

Timetables

Programme/Year Term
Year 1 (All Programmes) Term 1, Term 2, Revision Week
Year 2 (all programmes): Term 1, Term 2, Revision Week
Year 3 (all programmes): Term 1, Term 2, Revision Week
Year 4 (all programmes): Term 1, Term 2, Revision Week
Year in Computer Science: Term 1, Term 2, Revision Week
MSc Advanced Computer Science: Term 1, Term 2, Revision Week
MSc Computer Science: Term 1, Term 2, Revision Week
MSc Cyber Security: Term 1, Term 2, Revision Week
MSc Human-Computer Interaction: Term 1, Term 2, Revision Week
MSc Robotics: Term 1, Term 2, Revision Week
MRes Natural Computation: Term 1, Term 2, Revision Week

Lab Timetables

IMPORTANT: The timetables are broken down by term and then by lab so please ensure you check each lab.

Term 1 Term 2
UG04 UG04
LG04 LG04
LG34

General Guidance

Start of Term

  • In Term 1, School of Computer Science lectures for everyone except Year 1 begin at 9am on the first Monday of term. (Note: This might be different for lectures organised by other Schools, e.g. on Joint Honours programmes.)
  • In Terms 2 and 3, lectures take place as normal on the first Monday.

Programme

  • To find out which modules are included in your programme-year, see Degree Programmes.
  • Timetables are arranged by year group/programme. Generally the Level of a module is the same as the Year of an undergraduate programme, with Level 4 including MSc.
  • Some degree programmes include modules from different levels, so you need to check the timetables carefully.

Using the Timetable

  • Where Groups, Exercise Classes, Labs, etc. are given in the timetable, you may not be required to attend all of them. This should be explained in the first lecture; check with the module lecturer(s) if you are in any doubt.

Timetable Availability

  • Term 1 timetables are made available the Friday before the Start of Term 1.
  • Term 2 timetables are made available the Friday before the Start of Term 2.
  • Revision Week timetables will be made available at the beginning of April each year.