As a Languages for All student, your registration process can be completed online, meaning you don’t need to come and see us in person. This guidance has been produced to help you navigate the process.
|What is the pre-registration system?||
When you register online you have a number of different tasks to complete. This includes, amongst other things:
Registration cannot be completed until many of these steps are done - for example after you’ve made your payment, you need to go back into the pre-registration system to complete the final steps.
|Accessing the pre-registration system||
To complete this process, you need to have a username and password so you can log in to the pre-registration system.
This link will also work for people who have not already set up their password, so please don’t be confused by the use of the word ‘recover’.
If you didn’t get, or didn’t act upon, the first email, simply click on the ‘recover’ link and follow the online steps to create your password.
|Having problems logging in?||
If you are already a member of staff, it is very likely that you are already logged in to MUSE with your staff username and password. The first thing to do is to logout of all your browsers and open a fresh one, making sure you’re not logged in to MUSE.
I applied using my personal email address
|A note about Temporary Registration||
If you apply after or very close to the date when your class begins, you might be worried about getting registered in time to start your studies. In particular, if you have a query about your fees or you need a bit more time before you can pay, you might be delaying your registration.
You may be wondering why you have to register at all, given that you’re a member of staff…..
We understand that as a member of staff you may feel it is unnecessary for you to supply many of your personal details again, given that the University already holds a record for you. However, the staff and student record systems are entirely separate and access to personal staff data is treated confidentially with permission to view it being strictly limited to authorised people.
Furthermore, access to learning resources (eg MOLE) and inclusion in communications groups (eg mailing lists, discussion forums) is linked to your student registration record and this means that CiCS does need to create a new computer account for you. If you find having two accounts inconvenient, you may wish to contact the CiCS Helpdesk or check their Google web pages for guidance on how to more easily manage two accounts. http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/cics/google
We endeavour to make the Registration process as easy as it can be, however there is a certain amount of information we do need to collect from every student and this cannot be avoided. We appreciate your patience and can assure you that we will get you registered as quickly as possible so that you can proceed with your studies.