Last updated 05.10.20
Each student is given their own personalised timetable based on the modules chosen before the start of term.
A complete list of all term time dates can be found here.
During term time, the academic day runs from 9.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday - we are making full use of the teaching day, including on Wednesdays, to allow us to adhere to social distancing requirements on campus. On occasions, an activity may run from 6.00pm to 7.00pm; this will be a small number of activities.
We are also looking to introduce staggered start and end times in the timetable so that there’s plenty of space for moving around buildings, for example starting some on-campus teaching sessions at 30 minutes past the hour, rather than on the hour, e.g. 10:30am.
Personalised timetables will be made available mid-September onward.
Please note that changes may take place during September and October.
Combined Honours degrees
Combined Honours degrees are degrees that are taken in two different subjects, resulting in an X and Y degree title, for example History and Politics. If you are taking a Combined Honours programme, these will be the two subjects you applied for.
Single Honours degrees
Single Honours degrees are degrees that are taken wholly or predominantly in one subject (referred to as your Single Honours subject).
Timetable clashes will be resolved before teaching begins so please don’t worry; however, if you still have concerns about a clash, then please contact your school.
Please also find out more about our clash-checking process.
Please contact the school administrator or your personal tutor of the school offering the module.
It’s likely that at least part of your course will be delivered via Microsoft Office 365 and Teams, which you access using your Keele username and password. You will join an online session either via a button within a Microsoft Team, or via a link in your calendar. Please contact your module leader for specific questions about a particular module.
Please visit our coronavirus web pages for information about returning to campus safely.
Please regularly check your timetable; this will be made clear before the term begins.
Many postgraduate masters students will be able to see their timetable from 14 September, however some students may not see their full timetable until closer to the start of term.
Some lectures will be available in pre-recorded video format for students to watch at any time. Students will be provided with instructions on how to access this content at the beginning of term.
The timetabling team are working hard to put your timetable together and we hope that that these FAQs have helped. If you have any more questions, please email the firstname.lastname@example.org and the team will do their best to help you.