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Timetabling & Exams

LOOKING FOR YOUR TIMETABLE?

Unsure of where to go and what you'll be doing when you get there? View our guidance for how to view your personal timetable here, or view your course timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk.


HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT YOUR TIMETABLE?

You can find essential information about your new teaching timetable in our Frequently Asked Questions.


HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT EXAMS?

If you've got a query, you can check out our exam support & guidance.


GETTING A BIT STUCK? WE'RE HERE TO HELP.

Feel free to ask us about any aspect of your timetable at timetable-enquiries@salford.ac.uk or by calling us on 0161 295 0023 (option 4, option 2). Better still, come in and see us by asking for the timetabling team at the askUS front desk in University House.

(University House is the name of the building the Student Union is located in)


Your personal timetable will show you everything you are to attend this year as part of your studies. Follow one of the links below to find out where you can get your personal timetable.


Timetable Guidance by School:


Timetabling and Exams works with your school to arrange all written exams which usually take place in fixed weeks at the end of each trimester. Any practical exams, orals, tests, or performance assessments etc are organised by your school. Each trimester, we send you an exam timetable which includes all of your written exams.

Exams rules and regulations can be found alongside Exam Support & Guidance.


Where can I find my exam timetable, and when?

Your Resit 2019 examination timetable will be emailed to your university email address in Week beginning 30 July 2019.  This timetable will just be for written exams, your school will inform you of arrangements for oral or practical examinations.


Reasonable Adjustment Plans

If you have a Reasonable Adjustment Plan, which states you are entitled to an individual/separate room for an examination you will still receive an exam timetable via email but it will show the main venue details. Please talk directly with your school office for the individual/seperate room arrangements.

What is an Academic Induction?

In addition to our Academic Induction activities, your school/course tutors will invite you to attend a number of introductory sessions which will give you the opportunity to meet your tutors, socialise with your new course mates and find out important information about your course. These will take place in the week before or during the first week of teaching.


Where can I find my Induction Timetable, and when?

Your 2019/20 Academic Induction Timetable is now available here.