Welcome Week may be coming to an end, but there's still plenty of activities and support to help you settle into life at Birmingham.
Your academic timetable
Use your academic timetable to find your teaching sessions from Monday 25 September. You can access your timetable through MyUoB. Find out how to access MyUoB.
You can continue to use the Welcome Timetable to find social and support events as you settle into the first couple of weeks of teaching.
Our Student Content Shaper Fathima lists out why you shouldn't miss out on getting involved with our Welcome Week events and activities.
Build my timetable
You will need to create an account the first time you use the timetable - it is not linked to your student account. Find out more about using the Welcome Timetable.
Your highlights this week
Welcome Week may be over, but there's still plenty going on to help you settle in to life in Birmingham.
Postgraduate Social at the Guild of Students
Sunday 24 September, 19:00-23:30, Joe's Bar, Guild of Students
Join your Postgraduate Officer at the Guild of Students for a Welcome social for postgraduate students who have just arrived - and any other postgraduates who want to come along! Meet other students, find out about your students' union, and start the academic year with a relaxed social event. Book now.
Welcome Social Space
Monday 25 - Wednesday 27 September, 10:00-16:00, Wellbeing Marquee
Head to the Wellbeing Marquee for some more relaxed activities with our Wellbeing teams and Pause@Uni.
Campus League taster sessions
Week commencing 25 September
If you're interested in joining Campus League, but need a team to play with, join one of Sport & Fitness' taster sessions to find your new team mates! There are taster sessions for 6-a-side and 11-a-side football, hockey, netball and basketball. Find out more.
Monday 25 - Friday 29 September, departing at 11:00 and 14:00, meet outside the Main Library
Our campus tours will carry on through Week 1, whether you've just arrived or want a refresher. No need to book - just come along and meet outside the Main Library. Tours depart at 11:00 and 14:00 each weekday.
UGS: Getting started as an international PGT
Thursday 28 September, 14:00-16:00, online
Join the University Graduate School for an online workshop for all new international postgraduate taught students. Get practical tips and find out about support and skills development opportunities. Book now.
Thursday 28 September, 11:00-17:00, No. 1 Lodge, North Gate
Need somewhere to take some time out and chat to someone who will listen? Pause@Uni's weekly drop-ins offer a place for students under the age of 25 to chat about anything that's worrying you. The friendly team of trained and experienced workers are on hand every Wednesday and Thursday through term-time for anyone who needs a listening ear - find them in the Lodge (little house) next to North Gate.
Meet support teams at the Language Café
Friday 29 September, 14:00-16:00, Library Lounge, Main Library
Moving to a new country for study is exciting, but we know it can be challenging too! Find out about support available from our Community Safety Team, BIA Academic English, Pause@Uni, and meet some of your Student Experience Officers at the first Language Café of the year. Organised by Alice, your International Officer at the Guild of Students, the Café is an opportunity to try out your language skills with other international students in a friendly environment. Language Cafes take place throughout the year, so come along and see what they’re like! Find out more.
Postgraduate exclusive events
Whether you're returning for your postgraduate studies, or you're joining us for the first time, we can't wait to welcome you! The University Graduate School provides support and opportunities for postgraduates - you can explore their activities for new and existing postgraduate taught students and postgraduate research students to find out more.
Guild of Students events
The Guild of Students is your students' union, and is there to ensure you get the most out of University life. To get exclusive event news and updates on the Guild's Welcome activities, follow them on their socials or sign up to their mailing list.
Guild of Students
Beyond Welcome Week
Welcome is just the beginning. You can find events taking place throughout the year on our What's on for students page, and you'll receive regular Brum Bulletin updates in your inbox with news, updates, and opportunities. For student group and society events, check out the Guild of Students' events page.
Looking for term dates and other key events? Check out our key dates page.
Find events for students across campus and online
Events and activities at the Guild of Students