Registering a project to your student ID prevents another student from doing it. By registering it, you are making a firm commitment to undertake this project.
First of all choose the project you want to do from this list carefully, note and copy its project code, .
Email is a store and forward system. While it normally gets through in a few seconds this is not guaranteed and it can take longer. Make sure you know your own student email address before you attempt to obtain a PIN. Also check that you have sufficient disk space quota to be able to receive new incoming messages into your student email account. If you were over your quota any messages are likely to have been returned to sender, so you will need to ask the registration application for your PIN again after removing unwanted messages. Check your junk mail folder and if the email with your PIN arrives there, click on the "this is not junk" button so that future messages from the project registration server go into your inbox.
Use this form to email yourself a PIN. When you have received your PIN in your email you can then use the same form to display project registrations already taken and to complete registration of your project.