The Timetabling and Room Booking team is part of Estates Services. The team is responsible for the coordination and publication of the University teaching timetable in accordance with University policy.
This site provides a view of the FINAL Semester 1 timetables for 2016-17.
Students should go to their Departments as the first point of contact with queries regarding their Timetables.
Class Timetables - A link to select an individual Class and view the timetable for the current week, the following week or on a week by week basis, in either a Grid or List format
Programme Timetables - A link to select an individual Programme and view the timetable for the current week, the following week or on a week by week basis, in either a Grid or List format
Room Timetables - A link to select an individual room and view the timetable for the current week, the following week or on a week by week basis, in either a Grid or List format
Timeline - The timeline for production of the 2016-17 timetable, including critical deadlines for submission of data.
Timetabling Week Pattern 2016-2017 - Current academic year teaching week pattern. Some teaching at Strathclyde University starts early in the year (August) before the start of the format academic year, and for this reason we consider this the first week available in the teaching timetable (Week 1 on Syllabus Plus). Because of this, by the time the new academic year has started in September several weeks have passed in the teaching timetable (Syllabus Plus). Teaching weeks vs. Timetable (Syllabus Plus) weeks are mapped at the start of each year and are available as a download in pdf format.
Room Facilities - A Learning Services database of teaching rooms, enabling users to search by room number, building or equipment type. Photos are available here of many of the rooms.
IT Lab Facilities - A link to the Teaching Support Facilities webpage, including full details on the software available in each lab.
Timetabling Policy - A document detailing the University's policy in respect of the preparation and production of the University's teaching timetable, the provision of facilities to support teaching and the booking of central pool teaching space for non-teaching events.
The Coordinated Timetabling Project and the Timetabling Policy are part of the University's strategy to develop a modern and flexible campus by ensuring effective space management and a positive student experience through a coordinated approach to timetabling. The project’s aims include better timetable information dissemination, the provision of dynamic room/programme /class timetables on the web, increased transparency of optional Class availability/viability of curriculum choice and an improvement in the staff and student experience through more accurate, personalised timetables.
Web Room Bookings Facility - University staff can log onto the Web Room Bookings system using their standard DS Log in details in order to make ad hoc non-teaching bookings. All users will have general access to common space on campus. An online Room Booking Tutorial Video is available to assist first time users.
IT Lab Facilities - A link to the Teaching Support Facilities webpage, including full details on how to make a one off booking for an IT lab, plus details of the software available in each lab.
Building Location Maps - To find the location of a building or a place, users can select the location from a list of values and view a PDF version of the map.
Room Facilities - A database of bookable rooms, enabling users to search by room number, building or equipment type. Photos are available here of many of the rooms.
Room Bookings - A link to the main Timetabling and Room Booking webpage containing additional useful information and contact details.
Staff, students or external customers wishing to book out a Grounds and Gardens area either for filming or other activities should first complete a Grounds & Gardens Booking Form and return it by email to email@example.com. More information can be found in the Booking External Space area of the Room Bookings webpages.