Student Allocator

Improve student satisfaction with personalised timetables.

Enable students to make choices of activities, modules and tutorials for themselves on-line within a controlled environment.

Student Engagement

  • Module selection – you can ensure that students’ choices are consistent with your programme rules for optional modules, electives and pre-requisites.
  • Activity selection – provide individual, up-to-date, clash-free timetables. Students can change the times that they attend seminars, tutorials or lectures if alternatives are available.
  • Preference selection – student allocator collects preferences for modules or alternative teaching activities at the institution and to create and manage waiting lists.
  • Communication – student allocator integrates with your email system, enabling you to send confirmation of choices selected back to students.


Choices can be made safely by both staff and students within a pre-defined controlled area, meaning less time is spent on advising students or sorting out errors later. Staff can go into Student Allocator to review, modify and approve students choices.

Student Allocator integrates with third party systems products. It populates the data from the Student Record System. Once the student has made their module selection, the data is then taken from Student Record System, and populated into Enterprise Foundation.

As well as taking into account existing timetable choices Student Allocator can maintain a clash-free timetable due to linking into Enterprise Foundation.




Staff can allocate students in bulk as well as individually, report on the popularity of activities and for audit purposes produce server reporting services reports.

Prevents selection of capped modules that are full and automatic clash checking if timetable already exists. Pre-requisites to take account of modules passed in pervious years or other qualifications.

Students can view their module and activity choices as well as their complete timetable.

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