What you can search for and see in timetable.au.dk, depends on whether you are logged in or not. 

When you are NOT logged in:

  • You can search for courses and modules.
  • You can not see student groups.
  • Courses and modules you have searched for will be 'forgotten' and will not be visible the next time you visit timetable.au.dk.

When you are logged in:

  • When you are logged in, you will see timetables for the teaching activities where you, in the planning system, are associated. To your right hand side, you can see which courses it is.
  • Your user profile will remember what you searched for (courses, modules, etc.) and show it again the next time you log in.
  • You can search for courses, modules, students, student groups and staff.

Timetable.au.dk user guides


Viewing your personal timetable

  • Log in as described above.
  • When you are logged in, you will see timetables for the activities you have been attached to as staff or instructor in the planning system. On the right you can see a list of relevant courses.

Viewing timetables for courses ('Modules')

  • Click ’Add timetable’ and select ’Module’:

Viewing timetables for staff/instructors marked with 'DRAFT'

During a period when the department ensures the quality of timetables before they are published for the students, you will find that your timetable is marked with "Draft".

  • When you are logged in, you will see timetables for the activities you have been attached to as staff or instructor in the planning system. On the right you can see a list of relevant courses.

  • Please note that you may need to navigate to the relevant months.   
  • Click an element to view additional information.

  • The element will be marked as ”Draft” since the timetable is not yet finalized.

Viewing timetables for rooms

  • Switch to ’Location view’ in the top menu.   
  • Click ’Add timetable’ and select ’Location’.    
  • In the popup window you may search for room number or building number.
  • You can also search for a room name - for example "Per Kirkeby"
  • Select the relevant rooms from the search results.
  • Click ’Add timetables’ and then click ’Close’.    
  • Click an element to view additional information.    
  • The timetable shows the rooms with a checkmark.
  • If you want to remove a room, you can click the three dots next to the module and then select ’Remove’.    
  • Switch back to the regular view by clicking ’Timetable view’ in the top menu.     

Navigation and customization of views

You may...

  • Select your preferred view among 'Day', 'Week', 'Month' and 'List':
  • Select different viewing options in list-view:
  • View your timetable across weeks by clicking 'Combine into weekly pattern' in list-view :
  • Check if there are overlapping activities in your timetable by choosing 'Highlight overlapping activities' in list-view :
  • Filter the types of activities that are presented in the timetable (the type of activity is from the Course Catalog):  
  • Filter which modules are shown in the timetable:  
  • Go to a specific date:  
  • View the timetable for the current day:  

Sync your timetable with your calendar

Sync your timetable with your AU calendar

You can sync your timetable with your personal AU calendar on PC / Mac or mobile. You only need to sync once. When you sync, changes to room, time and date automatically update in your calendar.  


  • The calendar will be visible to other users who can access your calendar.
  • Past activities are not synchronised.
  • There may be delays of up to two hours due to changes in your timetable or when you synchronise for the first time.
  • All changes you make in activities from timetable.au.dk in your calendar are not saved in timetable.au.dk and will be canceled at the next synchronisation.

How to sync: 

  • Tap the 'Connect Calendar' icon.
  • Select 'Office 365' (make sure you select the correct one, as the names are similar).
  • Press 'Choose timetables' to define which timetables you want synchronised to your calendar.  
  • Unselect any timetables you don’t want to synchronise to your calendar. It is not possible to unselect your personal timetable.  
  •  Press ‘Close’.  
  • Tap ‘Connect calendar’. Any selected timetables will now synchronise to your calendar.   

How to disconnect the sync:

  • Tap the 'Connect Calendar' icon.
  • There will now be a green circle next to 'Office 365' which indicates that the calendar is synchronised:
  • Press 'Office 365'.
  • In the new window, click the button 'Disconnect' and then 'Close':

Sync your timetable with your external calendar (for DVIP and student instructors)

The iCal function is another way to sync your timetable to your PC or mobile calendar. Use iCal if you primary calendar and email is not from AU. This may apply if you are an external teacher (DVIP) or student instructor.

The iCal function in timetable.au.dk can also be used to synchronise timetables other than your own, e.g. specific rooms or modules. It's possible to download your own calendar as a separate calendar only visible to you.  


  • Only the current view is exported. Remember to select all the modules you wish to export.  

  • You only need to export a timetable once, then changes to rooms or timeslots updates are downloaded automatically (updates may have a slight delay). 


Please note that the timetable is downloaded as a separate calendar for Outlook. This lets you download several different views.   

  • Click the ’Connect calendar’-icon and select the preferred format. Select ’Microsoft Outlook’ for the Outlook mail client. 

  • Follow the step-by-step guide in the popup window. 

Outlook for Apple:

It is not possible to add an iCal link to Outlook for Mac. As an alternative, you can add the timetable in your webmail instead. Once the timetable has been added, the timetable will also be shown in Outlook for Mac. 


  • Follow the guide at timetable.au.dk-support in order to download a calendar for your Android, iPhone or Windows phone: timetable.au.dk/help#mobile