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The phrase "school timetables" largely refers to high schools, because primary schools typically have simple structures.

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University timetables' generation could be even complex since more variables come under consideration and the reducing class clashes as an objective function has to be achieved to reduce operational costs.

High school timetables are quite different from university timetables. The main difference is that in high schools, students have to be occupied and supervised every hour of the school day, or nearly every hour. Also, high school teachers generally have much higher teaching loads than is the case in universities. As a result, it is generally considered that university timetables involve more human judgement whereas high school timetabling is a more computationally intensive task, see constraint satisfaction problem.
Primary school typically has timetables, however the timetable is usually so simple that it can be constructed manually or in a basic spreadsheet package.