Timetabling Planned Events

Blank Planned Events Form 2017-18

Timetable preparation for 2017/18 is now well underway, and once again we are requesting key information from you for planned university events for the next academic year.

For the purposes of this exercise, we have classified the following as planned university events (this list is not exhaustive):

Applicant Days Open Days Award Ceremonies
University Committee meetings Worcester Week Activities Graduate Fairs
Induction for professional courses Examinations Registration
Artwork Assessments Exam Boards Taster Days/Evenings
Guest/Professorial Lectures Conferences Maintenance/Planned Works

Please note: this system is designed ONLY for Planned Events such as those stated above. It is not to be used for any adhoc bookings and any that are not classified as a planned event will be returned to you. If you are unsure whether your event comes under the planned events umbrella please contact us and we can advise.

This applies to events between Monday 28 August 2017 and Sunday 26 August 2018.

By submitting your requests for rooms at this time it will greatly enhance your chance of getting your preferred room and times.

When we are entering your request on to our system we will advise you of any potential problems, or if we are unable to fulfil your request. Final room allocations will be confirmed mid-August.

We would be grateful if you could complete the planned events form and return to timetabling@worc.ac.uk by Friday 9 June 2017 at the very latest to ensure that all bookings can be incorporated into the annual timetabling exercise. Please note that these bookings supersede any requests you may have made to us previously.

Many thanks


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