Warning: these pages are currently being updated for 2015–16
Computer Science lecture-list timetables 2015-16
Parts IA, IB and II of the Tripos
Changes will, in general, be notified to students by e-mail by the Student Administrator.
- Computer Science Tripos, Part IA
- Natural Sciences Tripos, Part IA (Subject Computer Science)
- Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Tripos, Part I (Introduction to Computer Science option)
- Computer Science Tripos, Part IB
- Computer Science Tripos, Part II
Timetables can also be accessed in a digital form at www.timetable.cam.ac.uk Timetables for the 2015-16 academic year will be available from 21 September.
For Part IA CST students taking Computer Science with Mathematics Mathematics lecture lists for 2015-16
Important: avoid clashes with Computer Science ticking sessions
Computer Science Tripos, Part IA,
Natural Sciences Tripos, Part IA (Subject Computer Science),
Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Tripos, Part I (Introduction to Computer Science option):
It is essential that you do not arrange supervisions, Natural Sciences Tripos practical classes, or any other activities, on Thursday afternoons.
In the event of any last-minute changes to lectures, notification will be placed here:
Part IA and IA NST : Registration afternoon is on Thursday 8 October 2015 at the Computer Lab in the William Gates Building at 2pm. A welcome introduction will be presented by Professor Tony Hoare with various academics explaining how the course is arranged. This is followed by light refreshments and socialising with other computer science and PhD students from the Lab.
Part IB : Lectures begin on Thursday 8 October in LT1 at 10:00 with Prof Ross Anderson: Software Engineering. On 15 and 16 October the lectures at 10am for Software Engineering and Concurrent and Distributed Systems will swap days.
Part II : Lectures begin on Thursday 8 October in LT2 at 09:00 with a Part II Project Briefing with Dr David Greaves.
MPhil and Part III of the Tripos
- MPhil ACS and Part III timetable (subject to changes)