Timetabling Office

Timetabling Office

 

The office administers the timetabling of the Canterbury Campus and supports timetabling operations at all the other campuses and European Centres. The office also advises on the strategic demand for teaching space and monitors the quality of teaching space on the Canterbury Campus.

Timetables are planned, implemented and maintained through the annual timetable development process. Timetables are broadcast to staff and students through the Student Data System. There is an on-line timetable review system for staff to check the development of the future timetable.

 

Dr Gill Sinclair - Learning and Teaching Space Manager - co-ordinates the operational and strategic provision of teaching rooms.

Debby Darby and Emma French - Timetable Officers - develop the future timetable and make current year bookings and timetable changes.

Paul Gotch - Timetabling Assistant - makes current year bookings and timetable changes.

 

The general office contact number is 3176.

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The office administers the timetabling, advises on the strategic demand for teaching space, and monitors the quality of teaching space on the Medway Campus.

Timetables are planned, implemented and maintained through the annual timetable development process. Timetables are broadcast to staff and students through the Student Data System. There is an on-line timetable review system for staff to check the development of the future timetable.

Jodie Innes - Timetable Planner - develops the future timetable and manages the seminar allocation process.

Kate Larman - Timetable Assistant - deals with room bookings for the current year and is the general office contact.

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The University's Tonbridge Centre has been established for over 20 years and offers opportunities for both academic study and bespoke training for local business and government communities.

Part-time courses are available at certificate, diploma and full BA (Hons) degree level. Classes are generally of two hours duration at the same time each week in the daytime or evening. Additionally, a range of short courses and day schools are offered throughout the year as well as a summer programme.

The Centre is developing as a base for the delivery of professional and executive education. In collaboration with the Kent Business School and Kent Enterprise the programme has been launched with a series of free networking sessions on topics relevant to the current business climate.

Esther van Hout - Business Development Manager

Karon Kullman - Senior Clerical Officer

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Kent is the only UK university with a site in Brussels, 'the capital of Europe'. The University of Kent at Brussels offers postgraduate degrees taught in English.

Alastair Ross - Head of Administration

Kimberley Attard-Owen - Office Manager

Alasdair Dawney - Student Records Administrator

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The taught MA programmes run at the Paris Centre are arranged by individual schools assisted by the Paris administrative team.

Kent's teaching in Paris is at Reid Hall, an international teaching, conference and research centre. Kent at Paris postgraduates share its facilities with staff and students from Columbia University, Barnard College, University of Florida and other prestigious academic institutions.

Eileen Hartney - Academic Administrator, European Programmes, Paris Office Manager.

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Timetabling Office - © University of Kent

The University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NZ, T: +44 (0)1227 764000

Last Updated: 04/04/2017