Courtesy and Collaboration AccountsCourtesy accounts are for people who do not qualify for any other account type in the Accounts Overview. These are typically for people collaborating on teaching and/or research with CSE academics, or thesis students without official enrolments. These are people who are not at CSE in an official role. eg: Employee, student or Visiting Academic. They generally do not have a desk in the building and do not get computer equipment provided from school funds.
Exchange StudentsIf you are hosting a student who is here on official Exchange read the page on Student Accounts.
Visiting AcademicsIf you are hosting an official Academic Visitor (Conjoint, Fellow, Adjunct, ...) read the text about Visitors.
CSE_CourtesyCourtesy accounts are for people:
- from external organisations and not employees or enrolled students of CSE.
- who are actively working with CSE academics (generally remotely)
- who are not formal Visiting Academics, Conjoints, Adjuncts or Fellows.
Courtesy Account with ExtrasIf your guest will be working (unofficially) in CSE offices then ask for a CSE_GuestResearch account. This is a CSE_Courtesy account with extras:
- CSE email announcements
- Access to CSE staff printers
Getting a working zID also leads having:
CSE_ThesisAny thesis student that has completed and submitted their thesis but are still collaborating with their supervisor is eligible for a CSE_Courtesy acount (see above). In other cases, there are CSE_Thesis accounts. These are for thesis students that need an active account but do not currently have an official enrolment. In most cases, they fall in to three categories:
- Thesis students who require an account before the start of their enrolment period (in this case, please use the notification form in myCSE, and please provide a student number and date of birth)
- Thesis students who are on leave but are still unofficially working with their supervisor
- Thesis students who require additional time to work on their thesis after their official enrolment period has elapsed