If you are a new student you’ll first need to activate your LJMU computer account before you can complete your online registration. To do this you’ll need your six or seven digit student ID number, you’ll find this on your registration email.
Next, go to My LJMU and click on the My Account tile. Select Activate My Account and follow the instructions to set up your LJMU username and password. Once you have activated your LJMU account you should go to My LJMU and complete your on-line registration. You'll also find information there about your ID check and uploading a photo for your student card.
All international students must complete this onlineform and return scans of your supporting documentation to email@example.com . Your form will list the exact requirements for supporting documents once you specify your specific circumstances. Upon acceptance of this process, your ID card can be released.
Once this is completed your LJMU student card will be printed and posted to you at your home address. If you live outside of the UK, this will be posted to your UK address once you have arrived in the UK.
Logging in to LJMU systems
There are a couple of different ways to log in to LJMU systems.
If you are logging into your LJMU email (outlook) then use your 8-letter username, for example CMPJBLOGG (see below) and password.
However, if you are logging into My LJMU or Canvas you will be prompted to use the 8-letter username with the @ljmu.ac.uk suffix as your user ID, so for example CMPJBLOGG@ljmu.ac.uk with your usual password.
There are instructions on the @ljmu.ac.uk log in screens that clarify which user ID to use.
If you are logged on to a university PC on campus then you can access these applications using the desktop icons.
If you need to re-set your password you can do this via My Account.
If you need any further assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Module Selection
Selecting your modules won't take very long and you can complete OMS from any computer with an internet connection.
Before you make your final selection we recommend that you talk to your programme leader or module tutors, if you haven't already done so, to find out what option modules are appropriate to your specific programme or route of study. You should also check that the modules meet the qualifying criteria for any professional accreditations associated with your course.
If you have any difficulties making your option module choices please complete a student enquiry form by clicking here.