This annual project ensures continuity of the Timetabling service for the next academic year - this includes all components of the Scientia Enterprise Timetabler system and associated data feeds and reporting.

The Scientia Enterprise Timetabling system has a database for each academic year.

This is rolled forward each year to allow activities (lectures, tutorials, labs, other misc classes) and rooms etc to be scheduled and allocated for the next academic year.

Current project status

Report Date RAG Budget Effort Completed Effort to complete
August 2021 GREEN 0.0 days 0.0 days 0.0

This annual project will:

  • Introduce the latest patches and features to production as soon as possible 

  • Resolve any service degrading bugs in our current version  

  • Review provisioning and account management tools/options 

  • Provides an opportunity to optimise platform configuration in line with the outputs of the Reporting and Analytics Roadmap  

  • Demonstrate commitment to using QlikView and QlikSense to its full potential 

  • Maintain Skill base around Qlik software 

Course development linked to the Bayes Innovation Early Stage Accelerator Programme

Current project status

Report Date RAG Budget Effort Completed Effort to complete
March 2021 GREEN 0.0 days 0.0 days 0.0

To migrate the University of Edinburgh IP Management Platform: Inteum along with the adopted processes from the Tech Transfer Team embedded within Edinburgh Innovations (EI).


The current platform is equipped with a web site called Inventor Portal used to engage with Academics who are in demand for IP disclosure and patenting. Therefore, the Inventor Portal is part of the project and has to be migrated/re-developed.


This is the right project

Our existing approach to student number planning and fee income forecasting is both piecemeal and not fit for purpose, yet this is an area of planning which is strategically critical to the university. The existing tool (diagonal tables) which is used centrally, is not much used in Colleges/Schools, and other strategic modelling is carried out in GaSP but not made generally available. A more sophisticated and integrated BI/MI approach would allow us the opportunity to model more flexibly (at either granular or high level), and provide customised outputs.

Creation of a single team for pre- and post- award research services supporting the achievement of the University’s research ambitions

Social Anthropology is the comparative study of human conduct and thought in their social context. Societies around the world vary enormously in their social, cultural and political forms, and their individual members display a wide diversity of ideas and behaviours. The study of these variations, and the common humanity that renders them intelligible to sympathetic outsiders, lies at the heart of Social Anthropology. This course is intended as a general introduction to social anthropology.

Current project status

Report Date RAG Budget Effort Completed Effort to complete
March 2020 BLUE 0.0 days 0.0 days 0.0