As well as the online edition of the newspaper, you can also view the Financial Times ePaper, which is an exact digital replica of the printed newspaper. The ePaper is available from 6am London time and can be read on your computer or downloaded. It is also available as a web app, optimised for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Furthermore, the Financial Times have created a searchable ePaper archive.Useful tip: Take a look at the Tools drop-down menu located on the right side of the screen. From here you can: access ePapers; create “clipping lists” of articles that you want to go back to; set up alerts; access the currency converter; search or browse for executive jobs; look up definitions using the FT Lexicon; and access other tools.
Access is available directly from here by connecting to the Financial Times website (see Quick links on the right). You'll be prompted to log in to MUSE as necessary.You'll need to register for a personal account using your University email address the first time that you access FT.com. Further information is available here.
You can use your personal FT.com login details for anywhere, anytime access. This means you can access FT.com directly from your mobile device. Your account will need to be verified every 90 days by connecting to the FT website using the link on this page.