Timetables and teaching hours are aligning in 2020
What you need to know about changes to teaching hours and timetables at Epsom and South Auckland campuses.
Changes are being made to timetabling and teaching times for Faculty of Education and Social Work programmes and courses in 2020. These changes align faculty timetables and teaching times with the University’s standard teaching hours and will enable students to:
- Select from a wider range of elective courses across campus locations as a result of fewer schedule conflicts and better alignment with the University timetable.
- Have a more manageable timetable with courses spread more widely throughout the day.
Students continuing their study next year will need to be aware of these in advance of enrolment opening on 1 November.
All classes will start on the hour and be scheduled from 8am until 6pm. This replaces the current timetable and faculty teaching hours where classes start on the half hour from 8.30am–5pm at Epsom Campus.
Note: Postgraduate courses that currently start at 4.30pm will remain timetabled to start at this time for 2020.
South Auckland-based students
All classes will start on the hour between 8am and 6pm. This replaces the current timetable and faculty teaching hours between 10am and 2pm and aligns with the University teaching hours at the new University location in South Auckland.
Tai Tokerau-based students
Most classes will remain unchanged to enable further investigation of courses delivered at Tai Tokerau Campus. Students will experience small changes for classes taught by video link from Epsom Campus as these will start on the hour.
What you need to do
You don’t need to do anything right now. Timetabled courses will be updated automatically through Student Services Online.
In preparation for the change, you need to be aware that your timetable will change in 2020 and consider any necessary arrangements you may need to make for transport, childcare and other support for your study.
Our team are here to answer any questions you may have, please contact the faculty Student Centre.
0800 61 62 63