Getting Started: Logging In

Getting Started: Logging In

For you to log into the Education Management Information System (EMIS), you must have an active Microsoft account given by the Ministry of Education.

2. Select the "Staff" button
3. Select the "Continue with Microsoft" button

4. Enter your Office 365 email and password and click the "Sign in" button. (Indicated by the red arrow)

5. Select if you want to “Stayed Signed in” (Recommended)

6. After you have signed in, you will be directed to the Apps Page.
7. Click the button that says “Go!” beside the Education Management Information System (EMIS) (Indicated by the red arrow)
The page will reload to show you the EMIS page where you should be seeing the options;
  1. Profile
  2. Institution
  3. Directory

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