There are a number of ways to view your timetable, depending on your department’s preferences, you can view your timetable in either Timetabler Autocalex (Push Feed) and/or Timetabler iCalendar Download (Pull Feed).

Your department will advise you on their chosen timetabling publication method and you can also find this information in the Timetabling Dashboard FAQ section of My imperial under My Timetable Publication Status. 

How to view your timetable

Timetabler AutoCalEx Direct (Push Feed)

Timetabler AutoCalEx synchronises Staff and Student timetables to their College Outlook Calendar. With this product the timetable ipushed directly into the Staff or Student Imperial College Outlook calendar. 

Find out more on Timetabler AutoCalEx Direct (Push Feed)

Timetabler iCalendar Download (Pull feed)

Timetabler iCalendar enables staff and students to subscribe to the service to receive and view their personal timetable in a separate calendar that it s added to the main Outlook calendar. This calendar appears as an overlay in Outlook, i.e. a separate calendar that can be made viewable or hidden by the user. 

Find out more on Timetabler iCalendar Download (Pull Feed)

If your default calendar is Timetabler iCalendar Download (Pull Feed) and you would like to switch to Timetabler AutoCalEx Direct (Push Feed) instead you can send your request here

Timetabler Calendar

All students have also access to their timetable online via Timetabler CalendarLog in using your College username and password. #

Find out more about Timetabler Calendar

For more information regarding each product, please visit the following page Timetable View

If you’re having problems viewing your timetable, please complete the Troubleshoot Timetabling Issues form via ASK

Timetable Updates

"While every attempt will be made to minimize alterations to timetables, in some circumstances changes may be unavoidable. It is the individual responsibility to check the timetable regularly and refresh this for any updates, ensuring you have the correct information to attend your classes. If you print a copy you must check back for alterations as activities are likely to be updated, particularly during the first few weeks of term."