Connect to eduroam wireless

An orange circle with a white tablet computer in itAmazon Kindle

A green printer iconWireless printers

Wireless printers can't be connected to eduroam wireless. You'll need to connect to your printer using a USB cable.

A purple retro games console controllerGames consoles

Unfortunately games consoles don't support our eduroam wireless network. You can register them to connect to the internet using our wired network or an alternative wireless network

A blue sad faceUnsupported devices

  • Windows XP computers
  • Some BlackBerry OS7 devices
  • FirefoxOS smartphones
  • Nook eReader
  • Original Kindle
  • Chromecast
  • Apple TV
  • All games consoles
  • Old devices using 11b protocols

Although these devices do not support eduroam, you may be able to connect to an alternative wireless network.

Connect to the wireless network

Connecting guests

Guests and visitors can use the WifiGuest network.

Select WifiGuest from the list of available wireless networks and sign in or log into The Cloud using your web browser.

If you're not automatically directed to the log in page, open your device's browser and go to

This network is for guest use only. If you have connected to WifiGuest and you are staff or a student, forget the network in your device's wifi settings to continue using eduroam.

This service is provided by Sky