Please note that for security reasons the myCSE session timeout is 4 hours. If you are typing large amounts of data into forms within the site over a period of time it is recommended that you save regularly.
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myCSE is the web interface for many staff activities, and a few student processes, with more being added every semester.
At this stage, students can only use myCSE for:
UGRD Students Thesis topic nomination, Thesis submissions, Thesis seminar scheduling, CSE Thesis Report Library, CSE Thesis Topic and Title Variation Form
PGRD Students Project nominations, Project submission, Review scheduling, Conference scheduling
ALL Private Tutors Database
If you are a student and you have found this page on your own, it is possible are you are in the wrong place. Click here for advice on how to find what you may be looking for.
If you are a staff member, and you need access to myCSE, please contact the Senior Information Officers.
If you are a student, then you could be here by mistake. myCSE is only available to students for limited functions as described above.
If you have confused myCSE with your CSE Email Account, then the following may help:
If you have not activated your CSE Email Account, then you should read the Yellow Form and then activate your email account by using the red link near the top of the form. You will need your CSE Email Account to contact your lecturer and submit assignments in most courses.
If you have activated your CSE Email Account, but you want to quickly check your quota, resources, bookings, license keys, then use the CSE Account Control Panel (requires java).
Alternatively, contact the CSE Help Desk if you have any other questions about your CSE Email Account.