Please note that as a student you are expected to be available for lectures, tutorials, other teaching and assessments between 9 am and 6 pm every weekday during term except after 1 pm on Wednesday.
Your teaching timetable. This may be updated near to the start of term.
Click on the TIMETABLE link in the WELCOME block at the top right of this page (or the MODULE INFO block normally at the top right of any QMplus module page) to view your personal teaching timetable, but you must be logged into QMplus for this link to appear.
For comprehensive timetable information please consult the main Queen Mary timetable; see also this list of room abbreviations used on the timetable.
When does teaching start?
Please see the Queen Mary calendar for semester dates. In each teaching semester, lectures start from week 1 and tutorials, which may be run as exercise classes, generally start from week 2. Students should attend all the timetabled lectures and usually one tutorial or exercise class per week for each module. If there is an additional computing lab session, as for some statistics modules, then students should also attend this.
Please note that you should have 3 hours of lectures for all Mathematical Sciences lecture modules below level 7 (but not for non-lecture modules such as project modules and Teaching and Communicating Mathematics).
If you have a clash between your modules then we strongly recommend that you view the module timetables and investigate what is clashing and when it is clashing. Module clashes are more likely if you are taking a module out of its target developmental year (e.g. taking a level-5 module in your final year) and with modules taught by other Schools. Mathematical Sciences staff have worked hard to create a timetable with as few clashes as is possible but if you have a clash please contact our Education Manager, Norman McBreen.
There is a separate timetable for Week 7 for Mathematical Sciences modules below level 7; see i2 Keepin' it real - Maths student support.