eduroam is a free wireless (Wi-Fi) service which is available throughout the UCL campus and at participating Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). It is also available in Halls of Residence buildings.
Connect your device to eduroam
eduroam is supported by Wi-Fi-enabled devices and operating systems.
The quickest and easiest way to connect - use the CAT
The simplest and securest way to connect to eduroam is by using the Configuration Assistant Tool (CAT). Download the CAT and follow the instructions.
If you have any touble connecting using the CAT, try connecting manually using one the how to guides below. Select the guide for your device.
How to guides for connecting manually to eduroam
View more eduroam connection guides
Need help or support?
If you are having any issues with using eduroam then you may find the following self-service resources useful:
If you are still having issues please contact the IT Services.
UCL Staff or Students visiting other institutions
If you are visiting another higher education institution which is one of the eduroam participating organisations then you should be able to use eduroam in the same was you do at UCL.
Visiting UCL from another institution using eduroam?
If your institution is one of the eduroam participating organisations then you may be able to use eduroam Wi-Fi when you visit UCL.
If your institution isn’t a participating organisation you will need to use the UCLGuest wireless service instead when visiting UCL.