Programme and course schedules, which also provide information about classrooms, are published four weeks before your course starts. If you are a newly admitted student studying an online course or programme, you'll find your schedule and course dates in your welcome email.

Find your schedule

Schedules are published four weeks before the course starts. You can search for your schedule online.

Keep in mind

If you have trouble finding the right schedule, try narrowing your search by adding the semester you started your studies. For example, if you started your studies in the autumn of 2019, add 19H. Or, if you started in the spring semester of 2019, type in 19V. 

Add your schedule to your phone

Download the KronoX app

To get your schedule on your phone, download the KronoX app. The app is available for both iPhone and Android.

Schedule in your calendar

You can also download your schedule directly to your calendar on your computer or smartphone. Once you've found your schedule, click ‘Get iCal file’ and the schedule will download automatically.

Please be aware that changes in the schedule won’t automatically be updated in your calendar. To ensure you have the correct schedule, make sure you update the iCal file regularly.

Academic calendar

Spring semester 2019: January 21- June 9
Autumn semester 2019: September 2 - January 19
Spring semester 2020: January 20 - June 7
Autumn semester 2020: August 31 - January 17
Spring semester 2021: January 18 - June 6
Autumn semester 2021: August 30 - January 16

Some programmes and courses may start earlier or later than the dates listed above. Make sure to check your schedule regularly for correct dates and locations. 

Find classrooms and computer rooms

The name of the classroom is often a combination of letters and numbers. In the library, communual areas and computer rooms, there are computers available for you to use. To log in, just use your computer identity. 

Classroom

Classrooms in Niagara have names beginning with NI; for example, NI:B0204, where NI stands for Niagara, the third letter refers to the section of the building (A, B or C), the first two digits are the floor and the last two are the number of the room.

Contact the reception at Niagara 

Computer rooms with PC desktops

Computer rooms with Mac desktops

Common areas with computers

  • 5th floor next to elevator A
  • 6th floor next to elevators A and C 

Classrooms

Classrooms in Orkanen have names that begin with OR; for example, OR:D222, where OR stands for Orkanen, the third letter refers to the building, the first digit is the floor and the last two are the number of the room.

Contact Orkanen

Computer rooms with PC desktops

Classrooms

Classrooms in Gäddan have names that begin with G8; for example, G8:507, where G8 stands for Gäddan, the first digit refers to the floor and the last two are the number of the room.

Contact Gäddan 

Computer room

GA8:423

Computer rooms with two screens

Common areas with computers

  • 4th floor outside the computer rooms
  • 5th floor outside the classrooms

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Classrooms

Classrooms in the Faculty of Health and Society have names that begin with AS; for example, AS:U407, where AS stands for the Faculty of Health and Society, the first digit refers to the floor and the last two are the number of the room.

Contact the Faculty of Health and Society

Computer rooms

AS:E402

AS:U202

AS:U211

Common areas with computers

  • Ground floor of the U-building
  • 4th floor in the library corridor
  • 5th floor of the U-building

Computers in the library

  • 3rd and 4th floor

Classrooms

Classrooms at the Faculty of Odontology have names that begin with KL; for example, KL:3560, where KL stands for the building, the first number is the floor and the last three are the number of the room.

Contact information to The Faculty of Odontology

Computer room

KL:6411

Computers in the library

  • 2nd floor 

Find your way around with Mazemap

If you are looking for a specific lecture hall or meeting room you can use Mazemap, an app which helps you to navigate the different University buildings.