eduroam at LSE

eduroam is the recommended wireless network (wifi) in use at LSE which allows secure connectivity across campus including in major lecture theatres and public areas.

  • Configure your device once and you will automatically connect wherever eduroam is available
  • Benefit from seamless wifi access at many other institutions across the UK and abroad
  • Visitors to LSE can use eduroam with their institutions' account

For more information and to see a list of participating institutions, please visit the eduroam website|.

Connect to eduroam

The exact method will vary from device to device but you will need to:

  • Make sure you are at a place on campus which has wireless network availability
  • Enable wifi on your device. Scan for networks and choose eduroam
  • When prompted, enter the following information:

Username: Your LSE email address, e.g. j.bloggs@lse.ac.uk
Password: Your LSE network password

For more detailed guidance, please see below:

If you are experiencing problems connecting, you may need to remove any previous profiles from your wireless device. You can do this via the network settings.

Help

LSE staff and post-graduate research students should contact the IT Service Desk|:
IT.Servicedesk@lse.ac.uk| / 020 7107 5000 or visit the Walk-In: STC.S198

LSE taught students should contact the IT Help Desk|:
IT.Helpdesk@lse.ac.uk| / 020 7955 6728 or visit the First Floor of the Library or the Walk-In: STC.S198

Visitors from other institutions should contact their home institution for help.

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