Dear FFA and FST students, please note that the draft timetable can be found at,
(This is a draft which will be updated regularly, note the date of publication on this 'Web Timetable' page)
If you are choosing courses, it is advised that you choose those courses which have
minimum timetable clashes.
Please note that it is not possible to get a clash free timetable, and so the current
timetable includes certain permitted clashes, which are:
· First year (Level I) and advanced level courses (Levels II & III).
· Certain Level II & Level III courses.
· Courses and their prerequisites.
· Stream components of courses (lectures, tutorials, labs, field trips).
· Least popular combination of courses.
It is advised that for the first week of each semester, you confirm the schedule for the
courses you are interested in, by viewing the respective departments’ timetables,
which will be available on their notice boards up to the end of the first week of
teaching, or the latest timetable online. Note that at the end of the first teaching
week, only the online timetable should be referred to, due to updates.
If you will be taking a course that has many groups (for lectures), then such a course
will have one of, (G1), (G2), etc. at the end of its course code – you will be allocated
to one of these groups by the respective department. To determine which group you
are in, kindly check the relevant department. Similarly, a course with many tutorial
streams will have one of, (T1), (T2), etc. at the end of its course code – you will be
allocated to one of these tutorial streams. Also, a course with many lab streams will
have one of, (L1), (L2), etc. at the end of its course code - you will be allocated to one
of these lab streams, similarly for field trips, with one of, (F1), (F2), etc. being used
in this case. For a course with many lecture groups, each with one of many tutorials,
labs and/or field trips, then a combination of the terminologies defined will be found
at the end of the course code, for example, (G2 T1), (G1 L3), etc ., one of which you
should be assigned to.