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.
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. firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
IMT updated the certificate for the eduroam service on Thursday 4 August 2016.
Users who had the service before the 4th may receive a warning message asking if they trust the certificate, the first time they connect to the service after the update.
All users are asked to authenticate the certificate by selecting Continue or Trust on their device.
Please note: you will only have to do this once for each device which connects to eduroam.
If you experience difficulties connecting to eduroam, please contact the IT Service Desk:
Visitors from other institutions should contact their home institution for help.