LSE provide wireless access points in various locations across campus with access points in teaching rooms, open spaces and recreational areas. For more comprehensive information on the wifi available on campus, see Wireless Maps.
Connecting to eduroam (wifi)
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.
The exact method to connect to eduroam will vary from device to device but you will need to:
Make sure you are at a place on campus which has wireless network availablity
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 information and detailed guidance, see eduroam at LSE.
Other wireless networks
As part of IMT's continuing work to upgrade the School's internet connection, the following wifi networks will be gradually phased out in 2014. It is recommended that all users connect to eduroam instead which enables you to enter your details once and then automatically connect wherever eduroam is available, including at other institutions.
LSE Secure wifi
Offers a secure connection with automatic login.
LSE Basic wifi
Offers a simple method of connecting to the internet via an LSE login webpage but you will be required to enter your username and password each time you log on.