2013 Online Timetable
Please Note: you are viewing the currently timetabled 2013 information. The list of papers to be offered and the times and rooms for lectures are subject to change. As tutorial times are still being finalised, these may not be listed yet. Please continue to check this page for further updates.
The following search links allow you to browse the extensive range of papers offered at Waikato. We provide you with a brief description of the content of each paper currently offered, as well as event times for lectures, tutorials, labs and workshops for each paper.
When you've identified a list of papers you are interested in, you can then prepare a provisional timetable.
Exam timetable: The exam timetable is now available for searching.
Search by Paper Code or Name
If you know the code of a paper you are interested in studying, select the "By Code" option from the drop-downbox, enter the paper code (or part of the paper code) and search for its associated times and events.
If you are unsure of the exact paper code, but know the title (or part of the title) of a paper you are looking for, select the "By Name" option from the drop-down box and search for matches of paper titles.
You can also access the 2012 Timetable.
Search by Time
If you have a specific time or day spare for study but aren't sure what's available, use the search by time page to find Lectures running at that time. You can also narrow your search to a specific semester or to a single department that offers courses you are interested in.
Search by Location
If you want to search on what events are in a particular location, use the search by location. You can also narrow your search to a specific time, specific semester or to a single department that offers courses you are interested in.
Create a Timetable
When you've identified a list of papers you are interested in, you can then create a timetable using the codes for those papers.
Further information on using the online timetable are available on the help page.
If you have any questions about your timetable, please contact your School of Study/Faculty. Feel free to complete the feedback form if you would like to comment on the design or usability of the Online Timetable.