Timetables and schedules
Compulsory study days for Postgraduate Advanced Studies, Semester 1
Compulsory study days for Postgraduate Advanced Studies, Semester 2
Post-registration study days timetable Semester 1,
Post-registration study days timetable Semester 2,
An overview of what is scheduled for each of the calendar weeks for the whole year, with dates included. It includes teaching days, residential, clinical, supplementary clinical, seminars, stuvac, AVCC week, public holidays and more.
Includes first and last days of lectures, summer and winter schools, last day to enrol or add a unit of study, orientation, HECS census dates, application closing dates and more.
These are the deadlines to add/drop/vary your enrolment. The Census Date is the last day students can withdraw from a unit of study without facing a financial and academic penalty. Further information on timetabling, including these deadlines, can be found at the Timetable Unit website.
In the week before semester commences, all pre-registration students will be able to access the university web-based timetable system. You will need your MyUni login and password for access. For access questions, contact the ICT help desk on 9351 6000.
Post-registration students will find updated access to their timetable information just prior to the commencement of the semester.
Offshore students will receive their study block timetable at enrolment.
Students enrolled in NURS6001–NURS6008
If you are enrolled in units of study NURS6001NURS6008 you will receive your timetables via email the week before classes.
Semester 1 units commence early in Week -3
Semester 2 units commence in Week -2
Class times are subject to change until commencement of the year.
Personal timetables for students enrolled in pre-registration units of study with codes commencing NURS 5, are administered by the Timetable Unit, with instructions on:
- collecting your timetable, and
- how to change your timetable online
Before you collect your timetable, you can also see an overview of the scheduling of units of study by entering the unit code in the search bar. Please note that Sydney Nursing School staff are unable to take timetable requests.
It is important to check your University of Sydney email account regularly, as this is the channel of official communication from the University and Sydney Nursing School.