See major for an overview of compulsory / optional courses within your study programme.
Your course schedule can be found in MyTimetable (PC) or the MyUU app (smartphone/tablet) four weeks before the courses begin. You have to first add the courses yourself in one of these systems. Make sure you are logged in when you are selecting your schedule. This way, your personalised schedule is saved and visible in both systems. The courses and exams that are scheduled on campus are shown in MyTimeTable. The online courses are not shown on MyTimeTable but on Blackboard. Online exams are shown on MytimeTable. Assignment of groups will be announced at the start of the course by the lecturer or on Blackboard. As soon as you know which group you are in, you can add this to your personalised schedule to complete it. It can -and will- happen that your schedule changes right before courses starts. So make sur to check your schedule regularly read more details on course changes on Blackboard!
See the explanation building abbreviations for more information on the locations.
Please note! All other course information (syllabus, e-learning environment etc.) is published on average two weeks prior to the start of the courses. Self-study courses that involve individual guidance by a lecturer have no fixed schedule. You can work out the practical details in consultation with your lecturer.
The time slot model helps you prevent choosing courses of which lectures, seminars or exams overlap. When you register for courses, please make sure to choose courses in one period from different time slots. This way, you can create a feasible schedule. The week is divided into the following time slots:
The academic calendar contains teaching and exam periods, weeks with no classes and holidays. Click on the image to enlarge it.