Class timetables

RMIT’s timetabling system is called myTimetable. You will use myTimetable to plan, create and view your class timetable.

Please use your RMIT email address to log in to myTimetable.
If you need technical support, please contact IT support

Important dates

Semester 2, 2024




Monday 17 June


myTimetable opens in view mode

Tuesday 18 June


myTimetable opens for class-group selection for ELS, and Inbound Exchange and Study Abroad students

Thursday 20 June


myTimetable opens for class-group selection for all students in SGS and Hanoi campus

Monday 15 July


Class-group selection is closed. myTimetable opens in view mode

The class timetable of the Foundation Studies program in Semester 1, 2024 is available to view from 11 January 2024.

You will be added to the class group by your school. Please login to the system to view your class schedules.

The class timetable of The Business School's postgraduate programs in Semester 2 2024 is now available. Please check the programme, module and locations carefully. 

The policy for late changes in enrolment in in-person courses: 

  • If a student withdraws up until the first (1st) day of an intensive, no late variation fee will apply.
  • If a student withdraws after the first (1st) day of an intensive, the full course fee remains payable. The course will be marked as WDR (Withdrawal) and will not be counted towards GPA.
  • If a student withdraws after the second (2ª) day of an intensive, the full course fee remains payable and an academic penalty of NN (Fail) will apply. The failing course will be included in student's transcript.

How to use myTimetable

Learn create your timetable, reserve a class when it's full, deallocate from a class and more. 

How to timetable

You can select your timetable in two easy steps. Make sure that you check the important dates section above to complete each step. 

Step 1: Plan your timetable

The timetable is set in the read-only mode before it’s opened for class allocation. During this period, you can’t allocate yourself to classes but see all class times and location, and plan which classes you’d like to be in. 

  1. Login to myTimetable
  2. Find your courses listed in the Enrolment panel on the left side of the screen.
  3. Click on each class (tutorial, lecture, etc.) to see times and locations.

If you see “No Group Available” for some courses, classes for that course aren’t scheduled on myTimetable. You should check the course content on Canvas or contact Student Connect  for support.

If courses in your enrollment panel are missed or incorrect, find the solution here or contact Student Connect to get support. 

Step 2: Create your timetable

You can allocate yourself to classes when it’s open in selection mode. You should select your class as soon as possible to ensure a place in your preferred class. 

How to select a class group? 

  1. Login to myTimetable
  2. In the Enrolment panel, find any class with a status of SELECT (this means you haven’t been allocated to a class and must select one) or ADJUST (this means you can change from your allocated class to another class, assuming there are available places).
  3. Click on the class with a status of SELECT or ADJUST and the class options will display.
  4. To select or adjust a class, click the blue SELECT button next to your desired class. You can’t select a class with a red CLASH button, or red FULL, or yellow PROBLEM button.
  5. Repeat this process for each class. When there is a green tick next to each activity in the upcoming or current semester, you are finished.

Is the class you want full? Follow these tutorial videos:

Do you want to view timetable of other courses before changing your enrolment? You could use either the Public Timetable or search other courses directly on your myTimetable.

View and add your timetable into your personal calendar

After finishing the timetable selection, you can view your personal timetable in myTimetable by clicking tab Timetable in the menu bar. You can also print and share your timetable using the icons, or feed your timetable into your personal calendar.

Public timetable

Public timetables are used to view the scheduled times for all courses offered by RMIT Vietnam. It includes information and locations of lectures, tutorials, labs, classes, etc.

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