Step 7: Create your timetable - Section contents
Once you've enrolled in your subjects, you will be ready to register in classes and create your timetable.
1. Know your class registration opening dates
Semester 2, 2018 subjects
|Subject year level||Class registration opening time (AEST)||Class registration closing time (AEST)|
| Graduate & Honours subjects |
(Subject codes xxxx40000 – xxxx99999)
|10am, Tuesday 26 June 2018||5pm, Friday 10 August 2018|
| Third year undergraduate subjects |
(Subject codes xxxx30000 – xxxx39999)
|10am, Tuesday 3 July 2018|
| Second year undergraduate subjects |
(Subject codes xxxx20000 – xxxx29999)
|10am, Thursday 5 July 2018|
| First year undergraduate subjects |
(Subject codes xxxx10000 – xxxx19999)
|10am, Tuesday 10 July 2018|
Note: the above dates apply to most subjects. Some class registration opening/closing times may vary. Check with your faculty if you are unsure of your subject’s registration times.
Undergraduate students: more than one opening time may apply to you if you are enrolled in undergraduate subjects for multiple year levels. Make sure you check the opening time for each subject year level.
2. Plan your timetable
Planning your timetable before class registration opens can make it easier and quicker for you to get the timetable you want. Follow our step-by-step guide to planning your perfect timetable.
3. Create your timetable
You can build your class timetable through my.unimelb once class registration has opened. Follow our step-by-step guide to register into classes and create your personal timetable.
Different class types
Subjects may be made up of lectures, tutorials, laboratories and/or seminars. Check the subject entry in the Handbook for the list of class types. You will need to register for each class type separately.
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Can't register for classes?
If you have any issues in completing your timetable that cannot be avoided, you can use the class registration troubleshooting page to find a solution.