Undergraduate Timetables

Mathematics Undergraduate Timetables 2018/19

Below is a PROVISIONAL list of Mathematic (MATH) course unit timetable informaiton per academic year of studies for 2018/19, for information only. Personal Timetables are available by logging into the Student Portal from the front page or under My Courses tab from 20th August 2018.  Once the personal timetables become available it is important that you check your timetable weekly as changes may be applied.

Level One Mathematics Course Unit Timetables

Level 1 course unit lectures and tutorial schedules for semester 1 and 2 will be available from 1st July. This is only to be referred to by students if the 'My Manchester' personal timetables are not available. 

Level Two Mathematics Course Unit Timetables

The two links below comprises all the level 2 course unit lectures and tutorials PROVISIONAL schedules for semester 1 and 2. This is only to be referred to by students before the release of personal timetables and if the 'My Manchester' personal timetables are not available.

Year 2 - Semester 1 - Provisional Timetable 2018/19 Year 2 - Semester 2 - Provisional Timetable 2018/19

Please note the majority of level 2 course units comprise 2 hours of lectures and a 1 hour tutorial and/or lab (for a 10 credit unit). Some level 2 mathematics course units have a selection of tutorials scheduled (TUT/01, TUT/02 etc.), therefore in the first instance, students will be enrolled into a holding tutorial which is not scheduled.  However, in August students will be allocated a tutorial that fits into their current timetabled components.  Students will be informed by email on completion of this process.  In Semester 2 of the second year students have a number of optional course units to choose.  Please refer to your optional units as part of your prgrogramme of study.  This is available from the 'Course units offered website'.  Further details on course unit selection is available from the 'Course Unit Selection' website.

A guide to choosing your mathematic course unit options that comprises mathematical themes is available: A guide to choosing your optional course units - mathematical themes.

Level Three and Four Mathematics Course Unit Timetables

The two links below comprises all the level 3/4 course unit lectures and tutorials PROVISIONAL schedules for semester 1 and 2. This is only to be referred to by students before the release of personal timetables and if the 'My Manchester' personal timetables are not available.

Year 3/4 - Semester 1 - Provisional Timetable 2018/19 Year 3/4 - Semester 2 - Provisional Timetable 2018/19

For Level 3, the majority of course units comprise 2 hours of lectures and a 1 hour tutorial and/or lab (for a 10 credit course unit), however these are scheduled as 3 hours of lectures due to the process to allow podcasting. In most cases, the 2 hour lecture slot scheduled for each course unit, the last hour is used as a tutorial, but please check this with the lecturer during the first lecture.

The Level 4 tends to have an extra lecture and/or tutorial to make up the extra material.

A guide to choosing your mathematic course unit options that comprises mathematical themes is available: A guide to choosing your optional course units - mathematical themes. Note the second digit of a mathematic course unit code indicates the subject area, according to the following scheme: 0 General; 1 Pure (analysis); 2 Pure (algebra); 3 Logic; 4 Applied (advanced calculus); 5 Applied (physical applied); 6 Applied (numerical analysis); 7 Probability; 8 Statistics; 9 Discrete/Financial mathema Course assessment timetables will be available from the title link. The 2017/18 will not be available until late August.

 
Coursework timetables will be available from the Study Year Modules in August for semester 1.
 
Timetable clashes - the school does not encourage students to take course unit that clash with each other as evidence shows that this does impact on the students overall performance.  The School has a large selection of optional course units in the final years which do not fit without clashing with a number of course units, however there are plenty to choose from.  
 

 
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