Student handbook

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught programmes

Understanding your timetable

Student timetables will normally be released 4 weeks prior to the start of teaching for each Semester. Where student choice is being undertaken within this period (i.e. new starters, including Part A and F, PGT and incoming exchange students), personalised timetables will be released once module choice has been completed.

Your timetable is coloured-coded based on delivery type and will indicate which of your teaching sessions will be in-person (indicated by the number of a room on campus) and which will be delivered online.

Make sure you regularly check your timetable as it is possible that the delivery method for some sessions may have to change at short notice.

To access your timetable, please download the myLboro app from the appropriate app store for your phone. You will need the myLboro app to register your attendance at live sessions.

You can also access the timetable using the online student timetable.

If you are off-campus you will need to use Multi-factor Authentication to access your online timetable.

For example timetables, check out the link below:


Many of your modules will contain on-demand pre-recorded lectures and activities to complete prior to attending the live interactive sessions, either in-person or online. You should ensure you watch these recordings and complete any tasks that are set in order to get the most out of live interactive sessions – your lecturers will be planning a mix of live sessions that require you to have engaged with the ‘on demand’ required content beforehand.

Any on-demand (pre-recorded) sessions you need to watch each week will also normally be detailed at the top of your weekly timetable and set out clearly in the module weekly guidance.

There is more information here on delivery types and online classes: