Timetable

How to see the different elements of your timetable and teaching.

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Timetables can be subject to change we recommend that you check back regularly for the latest information.

If you are experiencing problems with your timetable please check the common issues and how to solve them.

If your problem is not listed please contact your Department Office for further advice.

Timetabled activities

These activities will be delivered online or in-person that you have to attend at the stated time.

See these at mytimetable.gold.ac.uk. Select 'MyTimetable' to see your personalised timetable.

Non-timetabled activities

These are online only and you can choose when you do these, within the time period given.

These will be added to the Learn.gold (VLE) section for each module or will be communicated by your academic department.

These activities will not be on your online timetable or in the Goldsmiths App.

You should also find links to Microsoft Teams groups on Learn.gold.

Common timetable problems

Your timetable may not be fully published yet and is subject to change.

Problems logging in

Use your Goldsmiths username in the format abcde001.

This is different from your My Goldsmiths account you used for enrolment.

Contact the IT Service Desk if you are having problems.

You cannot view your timetable

In order to view your timetable, you must be fully enrolled in your programme of study. During the enrolment process it can take up to two days for your record to be completely updated and your timetable becomes viewable, especially if you are transferring from one programme to another.

In the meantime, you can check module, programme or departmental timetables.

Activities are missing

During the enrolment process it can take up to two days for your record to be completely updated and timetable changes to become viewable.

Optional modules

You are automatically enrolled on core modules, but your options will only appear on your timetable when you have selected them. As several different systems are used to produce the timetable, there can be a delay between selecting or swapping modules on sign-up and the changes being reflected on your timetable.

Tutorials, seminars and sub-groups

While you are automatically allocated to whole group lectures allocation to tutorials, seminars and sub-groups take place at department level and allocations are added as they are done.

In the meantime, you can check full module, programme or departmental timetables.

You are enrolled on the wrong modules

During the enrolment process, it can take up to two days for your record to be completely updated and for your timetable to become viewable.

This is particularly apparent if you are transferring from one programme to another or changing module options.

In the meantime, you can check module, programme or departmental timetables.

Problems with the Goldsmiths App

First, try logging out and back into the App. Logout is part of Settings.

Log into the app with your Goldsmiths account that has a username like abcde001. Do not use your My Goldsmiths account.

If you are unable to login, this may be because there's a problem with your Goldsmiths account.