Timetable Guidance

We provide personal timetables, but you can also choose to view your course timetable. Your personal timetable is what you’ll need to know for the times you need to attend classes and other activities scheduled for your course. It contains all the scheduled sessions you need to attend at a certain time (including any online events) as part of your degree. A course timetable (sometimes referred to as a programme timetable) shows all the teaching scheduled for the entire course, which means you'll see all groups for each module.

You only need to attend the sessions scheduled for your personal timetable.

In many cases, changes to timetables are unavoidable – so please check your timetable closer to the start of teaching for the most up to date version. During teaching, your school will advise on any timetabling changes that are made.

Need more help? You can ask us about any aspect of your timetable. Email timetable-enquiries@salford.ac.uk or call us on 0161 295 0023 (option 4, option 2). You can also ask for support by contacting askUS.

 

Personal Timetable Guidance

Your personal timetable will show you everything you are to attend this year as part of your studies, though you may have some pre-recorded content to view on Blackboard. Please use the accordion below to find your course where we provide some further guidance. Please note: your personal timetable is not yet available but you CAN view your course timetable.

Personal Timetable Guidance by School

Arts and Media

There should be something for everyone here, but if you’re struggling to find information relevant to your course please get in touch at timetable-enquiries@salford.ac.uk.

Acronym Key: Foundation Year - FY / Undergraduate - UG / Postgraduate - PG

Animation, VFX, Media Technology or Games Design UG

If you are a new student, you will be able to view your personal timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password to log on. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

If you are a returning student, you can view your personal timetable by logging in at tt.salford.ac.uk and heading to the ‘My Timetable’ tab.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Art & Design FY/UG/PG

Your timetable is published by the School, and you will mostly be based here on the Peel Park campus. If you haven’t received any information about how to view your timetable by the second week of term, please get in touch with your School Office.

Art & Design courses include:

Undergraduate:

  • Costume Design
  • Digital Media
  • Digital Media Arts
  • Fashion Design
  • Fashion Image Making Styling
  • Film, TV and Stage Design
  • Fine Art
  • Graphic Design
  • Interior Design
  • Photography
  • Photography with Industry Placement

Postgraduate:

  • Art & Design: Communication Design
  • Art & Design: Contemporary Fine Art
  • Contemporary Art Practice
  • Design for Communication
  • Fashion Design
  • Socially Engaged Arts Practice
  • Socially Engaged Photography

Dance UG

Your timetable is published by the School, and you will mostly be based here on the Peel Park campus. If you haven’t received any information about how to view your timetable by the second week of term, please get in touch with your School Office.

Dance PG

Your timetable is published by the School, and you will mostly be based here on the Peel Park campus. If you haven’t received any information about how to view your timetable by the second week of term, please get in touch with your School Office.

Digital Video Production & Marketing UG

If you are a new student, you will be able to view your personal timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password to log on. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Digital Video Production & Marketing PG

For most of your studies you will be based on the Peel Park campus. Your timetable is published on tt.salford.ac.uk, but you do not need to sign in. Simply head to the Home page and follow the guidance there to view your timetable.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

English, Drama, Performance or Theatre UG

For most of your studies, you will be based on the Peel Park campus.

If you are a new student, you will be able to view your personal timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password to log on. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

If you are a returning student, you can view your personal timetable by logging in at tt.salford.ac.uk and heading to the ‘My Timetable’ tab.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

English, Performance or Theatre PG

For most of your studies you will be based on the Peel Park campus. Your timetable is published on tt.salford.ac.uk, but you do not need to sign in. Simply head to the Home page and follow the guidance there to view your timetable.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Film Production UG

If you are a new student, you will be able to view your personal timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password to log on. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

If you are a returning student, you can view your personal timetable by logging in at tt.salford.ac.uk and heading to the ‘My Timetable’ tab.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Fashion, Business and Promotion UG

If you are a new student, you will be able to view your personal timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password to log on. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Film Studies UG

For most of your studies, you will be based on the Mediacity campus.

If you are a new student, you will be able to view your personal timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password to log on. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

If you are a returning student, you can view your personal timetable by logging in at tt.salford.ac.uk and heading to the ‘My Timetable’ tab.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Journalism UG

For most of your studies, you will be based on the Mediacity campus.

If you are a new student, you will be able to view your personal timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password to log on. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

If you are a returning student, you can view your personal timetable by logging in at tt.salford.ac.uk and heading to the ‘My Timetable’ tab.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Journalism or Public Relations PG

For most of your studies, you will be based on the Mediacity campus. Your timetable is published on tt.salford.ac.uk, but you do not need to sign in. Simply head to the Home page and follow the guidance there to view your timetable.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Media Production or Documentary Production PG

For most of your studies, you will be based on the Mediacity campus. Your timetable is published on tt.salford.ac.uk, but you do not need to sign in. Simply head to the Home page and follow the guidance there to view your timetable.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Music FY

Your timetable is published by the School, and you will mostly be based here on the Peel Park campus. If you haven’t received any information about how to view your timetable by the second week of term, please get in touch with your School Office.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Music UG/PG

Your timetable is published by the School, and you will mostly be based here on the Peel Park campus. If you haven’t received any information about how to view your timetable by the second week of term, please get in touch with your School Office.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Politics or History UG

For most of your studies, you will be based on the Peel Park campus.

If you are a new student, you will be able to view your personal timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password to log on. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

If you are a returning student, you can view your personal timetable by logging in at tt.salford.ac.uk and heading to the ‘My Timetable’ tab.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Politics or History PG

 

Your timetable is published by the School. If you haven’t received any information about how to view your timetable by the second week of term, please get in touch with your School Office." School Office should link here.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Television & Radio Production UG

For most of your studies, you will be based on the Mediacity campus.

If you are a new student, you will be able to view your personal timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password to log on. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

If you are a returning student, you can view your personal timetable by logging in at tt.salford.ac.uk and heading to the ‘My Timetable’ tab.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Screen Acting PG

If you are a new student, you will be able to view your personal timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password to log on. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

 

Business and Law

There should be something for everyone here, but if you’re struggling to find information relevant to your course please get in touch at timetable-enquiries@salford.ac.uk.

Acronym key: Foundation Year - FY / Undergraduate - UG / Postgraduate - PG

Apprenticeships

For most of your studies, you will be based on the Peel Park campus.

If you are a new student, you will be able to view your personal timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password to log on. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

If you are a returning student, you can view your personal timetable by logging in at tt.salford.ac.uk and heading to the ‘My Timetable’ tab.

This guidance is also relevant to:

  • Business and Management (Apprenticeship)
  • Project Management

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Business & Law FY

For most of your studies, you will be based on the Peel Park campus.

If you are a new student, you will be able to view your personal timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password to log on. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

If you are a returning student, you can view your personal timetable by logging in at tt.salford.ac.uk and heading to the ‘My Timetable’ tab.

Business & Law UG

For most of your studies, you will be based on the Peel Park campus.

If you are on one of the following courses, you will need to view your personal timetable by logging on at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Business and Management
  • Business and Financial Management
  • Law
  • Law with Criminology

If you are on of the following courses, your timetable is published on tt.salford.ac.uk, but you do not need to sign in. Simply head to the Home page and follow the guidance there to view your timetable.

  • Business and Economics
  • Business Management with Sport
  • Business Tourism Management
  • Corporate Law
  • Digital Business
  • International Business
  • International Events Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Law: Media & Digital Industries
  • Law with Management
  • Marketing
  • Tourism Management

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Business & Law PG

Most programmes will be based on the Peel Park campus. Your timetable is published on tt.salford.ac.uk, but you do not need to sign in. Simply head to the Home page and follow the guidance there to view your timetable.

This guidance is also relevant to:

  • Master of Business Administration
  • Sports Directorship
  • Industry 4.0

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Graduate Certificate

Your timetable is published on tt.salford.ac.uk, but you do not need to sign in. Simply head to the Home page and follow the guidance there to view your timetable.

This guidance is also relevant to:

  • International Management
  • Human Resource Management

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Robert Kennedy College

Your timetable is produced by Robert Kennedy College itself. Please get in touch with the College for further detail.

Health and Society

There should be something for everyone here, but if you’re struggling to find information relevant to your course please get in touch at timetable-enquiries@salford.ac.uk.

Acronym Key: Foundation Year - FY / Undergraduate - UG / Postgraduate – PG

Criminology, Radiography & Sociology UG/PG

For most of your studies, you will be based on the Frederick Road campus.

If you are a new student, you will be able to view your personal timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password to log on. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

If you are a returning student, you can view your personal timetable by logging in at tt.salford.ac.uk and heading to the ‘My Timetable’ tab.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Psychology and Counselling UG

For most of your studies, you will be based on the Frederick Road campus.

If you are a new student, you will be able to view your personal timetable at tt.salford.ac.uk once you’ve registered, using your network ID (ie ABC123) and password to log on. From here, head to the 'My Timetable' tab to view your timetable.

If you are a returning student, your timetable is published by the School, and you will mostly be based on the Frederick Road campus. If you haven’t received any information about how to view your timetable by the second week of term, please get in touch with your School Office.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

Sport Science FY

For most of your studies, you will be based on the Frederick Road campus. Your timetable is published on tt.salford.ac.uk, but you do not need to sign in. Simply head to the Home page and follow the guidance there to view your timetable.

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

All Other Health and Society Programmes

Your timetable is published by the School, and you will mostly be based on the Frederick Road campus. If you haven’t received any information about how to view your timetable by the second week of term, please get in touch with your School Office.

Health and Society course areas:

  • Health
  • Midwifery
  • Nursing
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Podiatry
  • Prosthetics & Orthotics
  • Social Work
  • Sport & Exercise

Science, Engineering and Environment

There should be something for everyone here, but if you’re struggling to find information relevant to your course please get in touch at timetable-enquiries@salford.ac.uk.

Acronym Key: Foundation Year - FY / Undergraduate - UG / Postgraduate – PG

Built Environment and Acoustics (BEA) FY/UG/PG

Built Environment - For most of your studies, you will be based on the Peel Park campus. 

 

Acoustics - For most of your studies, you will be based on the Peel Park campus but some will have a mixture of Peel Park campus and Mediacity campus.

 

You can view your programme level timetable tt.salford.ac.ukYou do not need to sign in. Simply head to the Home page and follow the guidance there to view your timetable. Where there are groups, you will need to check Blackboard for further details.

Built Environment course areas:

·         Architecture

·         Construction

·         Property

·         Real Estate

·         Surveying

Acoustics course areas:

·         Acoustical & Audio Engineering

·         Audio Production

·         Environmental Acoustics

·         Sound Engineering and Production

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

 

Computer Science, Networking and Mathematics (CSNM) FY/UG/PG

Your timetable is published by the School, via First Year Matters  and are based on the Peel Park campus. Some areas will have a mixture of Peel Park and Mediacity campus. If you haven’t received any information about how to view your timetable via First Year Matters by the second week of term, please get in touch with your School Office. Professional Sound & Video Technology timetables is not located on First Year Matters, you can view your programme level timetable tt.salford.ac.uk. You do not need to sign in. Simply head to the Home page and follow the guidance there to view your timetable.

Computer Science, Networking and Mathematics course areas:

  • Computer Science (all pathways)
  • Computer Networks
  • Cyber Security
  • Data Science
  • Electronic Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Professional Sound & Video Technology
  • Software Engineering
  • Web Development

Online Delivery

For your course, we will be delivering online teaching (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') as well as on-campus teaching.  For online teaching, you are not required to be on campus but you are required to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

 

Engineering FY/UG/PG

Engineering programmes are based on the Peel Park campus. Your timetable is published on tt.salford.ac.uk, but you do not need to sign in. Simply head to the Home page and follow the guidance there to view your timetable. Our on-campus activity will be in small groups. This on-campus activity will be in addition to the basic timetable. Where there are groups, you will need to check Blackboard for further details.

Engineering course areas:

·         Aerospace

·         Aeronautical

·         Automotive

·         Civil

·         Mechanical

·         Petroleum

Online Delivery

For your course, we will be delivering online teaching (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') as well as on-campus teaching.  For online teaching, you are not required to be on campus but you are required to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.

 

Human and Natural Sciences (HANS) FY/UG/PG

For most of your studies, you will be based on the Peel Park campus. Your timetable is published on tt.salford.ac.uk, but you do not need to sign in. Simply head to the Home page and follow the guidance there to view your timetable. Where there are groups, you will need to check Blackboard for further details.

Human and Natural Sciences course areas:

·         Archaeology

·         Biology

·         Biomedical Science

·         Chemistry

·         Environment

·         Geography

·         Human Biology and Infectious Diseases

·         Marine Biology

·         Medicinal Chemistry

·         Microbiology

·         Pharmaceutical Science

·         Physics

·         Wildlife

·         Zoology

Online Delivery

For your course, in addition to your on-campus teaching – you will also have sessions which are scheduled to take place online (these are indicated on your timetable as 'Online Delivery') and, while these don’t require you to be on campus, they do require you to engage at a specific time. You may also have pre-recorded content to view as part of your studies. For details as to how these live and pre-recorded online activities are taking place, please visit Blackboard.