Autumn Term 2021-22 will start on 4th October 2021

Students should make themselves aware of College's Covid safety rules

For questions regarding the timetable email Derryck Stewart

Please note that you are required to be in attendance during term time. Where necessary please arrange flights, vacation work etc. well in advance to ensure that you comply with this College regulation.

Simon Bland's Guide to Microsoft Teams for Students

Term start and finish dates can be found here.

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Timetable

Timetable 2021-22

All students will be able to see the individual timetables to their Outlook or smartphones from the 20th September 2021.

It is not possible to download the pre-recorded lecture content from Panopto.

Timetable Term 1 - Year 1 Term 1 2021, Year 2 Term 1 2021, Years 3 & 4 (Timetable / Lecture Schedule)

Timetable Term 2 - will be released in December

Timetable Term 3 - Will be released in March

Exam Timetable 2021-22

We aim to get a draft summer exam timetable out to students before Christmas each year.

January Exam Timetable 2022 (PDF) - any exams during this exam session will be Time Remote Assessments (TRAs)

Summer Exam Timetable 2022 (PDF)

Autumn Exam Timetable 2022 (PDF) - sometimes called the resit exam timetable

BPES Exam Timetable 2021-22

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Office Hours

Office hours for specific modules are found on the Blackboard pages for each course.

Contacting the Heads of Years:

The head of each year always welcomes talking to students to discuss the course, what is going right and what is going wrong. Much of this is through the year reps, but you are welcome to contact them directly. Please email to arrange an appointment:

Head of Year 1: Stuart Mangles - ph.hoy1@imperial.ac.uk
Head of Year 2: Yvonne Unruh - y.unruh@imperial.ac.uk
Head of Years 3 & 4: Jing Zhang - ph.hoy3-4@imperial.ac.uk

Other ways to view your timetable

There are other ways to view your academic timetable. These are systems overseen by the College's Centralised Timetable Support Office (CTSO).

The Physics Department recommends that you use:

If your online timetable is showing the wrong modules, please contact Amy and Kayleigh in the UG Office. They can check and fix errors on CelCat.