Q. How can I access the FT (Financial Times)?

Answer

We've arranged a subscription to the FT.com website for you, giving you access to all of the site including apps for phones and tablets, up-to-date news and information, and all the FT's articles.

To use this resource you must register for an account first.

If you have never had a FT account before, please follow the instructions below or you can download the instructions in a pdf (Financial Times - How to Register 2018).

 

Go to https://www.ft.com/

Select Sign in.

Enter your City email address and select Next.

Your City email address will already be in the email address box.

Select SSO Sign in.

Enter your City username and password, e.g. abc123.

Complete the registration form. Make sure you use your City email address. Accept the terms and conditions and select Continue.

You will receive an email at your City University account from the FT. To complete setting up your account, you need to set up a password.

Select the Set a password link in the email.

Create your password and select Submit.

You are now able to access FT.com using single sign on. This means you can sign in to your FT account while logged into your City, University of London user account and you do not have to use a FT password to sign in each time.

 

If you are a returning student or member of staff, please note that due to changes with the FT registration process, you will need to re-register for an account.  Please follow the instructions below or you can download the instructions in a pdf (Financial Times - How to Re-register 2018).

 

Go to https://www.ft.com/

Select Sign in.

Enter your City email address and select Next.

Your City email address will already be in the email address box.

Select SSO Sign in.

Enter your City username and password, e.g. abc123.

Once your FT account has been linked to Single Sign on, you will receive an email from the FT asking you to reset your FT password. The link is valid for 24 hours.

You are now able to access FT.com using single sign on. This means you can sign in to your FT account while logged into your City, University of London user account and you do not have to use a FT password to sign in each time.

 

  • Last Updated 25 Sep 2018
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  • Answered By Alex Asman

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