How do I read my timetable?

General information 

On top of the page you will find the student group to whom the timetable applies.

A little lower you can find the week for which the timetable is valid.


In this case:  student group: Master Communication Studies - Journalism and Media in Europe.

This time table is applicable to week 24 (of the academic calendar).









About the course

Top left in the grey field representing the course, you find the name of the course. In this case: 'Information Systems Strategy and Management':


Next to the name of the course you might find abbreviations like:

  • HOC:  Lecture
  • Collective contact-dependent moments during which the lecturer engages with learning materials
  • WPO:  Practical
  • Seminar, Exercises or Practicals. Collective or individual contact-dependent moments during which the students are guided to actively engage with learning materials
  • BBP:  For evening/working students.
    BBP in Dutch stands for' Bijzonder Begeleidingsprogramma (werkstudenten)'.




When does the course take place?

On top of the column you can find the day of the week. In the column on the left you can find the start hour and the end hour.

The number indicated on the right in the grey field representing the course refers to the week(s) in which the course will take place. 


In this case: 'Advanced Finance - HOC' will take place on Monday, from 01:30pm to 04:00pm in week 23 of the academic calendar.






In this case: 'Comparative Communication Research HOC' will take place in weeks 2 to 7 (included), 9 and 10, 12 and 14.








Where does the course take place?


Under the name of the course on the left you can find the room where the course will take place.  

In this case: D2.09

The meaning of the combination of letters en numbers

The location/the room where a course will take place usually holds one letter and two numbers. The letter refers to the building, the first number refers to the floor and the second number refers to the room. In this case: D.2.09: building D, second floor and room 09.

Sometimes rooms are refered to with an actual name in stead of a number. As an example: K.2.auditorium 1 P. Janssens: meaning building K, second floor, room 'P. Janssens'. On the floor itself you will find signage to that room. 

Campusplan Brussels Humanities, Sciences & Engineering Campus, Brussels Health Campus, Kaai, ULB - Plaine en ULB - Solbosch.

Who is the course titular/professor for the course?

Underneath the location the course titular/professor is mentioned.

In this case: VANDUFFEL Steven and/or BOUDT Kris




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