Wi-Fi for visitors
If you are visiting the University you can connect to Wi-Fi on campus.
Visitor from another academic institution
If you are visiting from an institution that participates in the eduroam scheme, you can login to the secure eduroam Wi-Fi service using your usual username and password.
If you require further information or support you should contact your own IT helpdesk.
Visiting for a number of days
GuestUoL provides access to the Internet for visitors who need authorised access for up to seven days. You can get a GuestUoL username and password from the member of staff or department you are visiting.
If you are taking part at a conference at the University, GuestUoL details will be included in your information pack or provided by the conference organiser on your arrival.
If you are a member of staff (also known as the 'sponsor') setting up a GuestUoL account, please note that you are responsible for ensuring that the GuestUoL user is aware of and complies with the University IT Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).
If you are are here for a short visit such as an Open Day, to attend a meeting or visiting family and friends, you can use the WiFi Guest service powered by Sky WiFi (The Cloud). It's just like when you use this service in other public places or hotels - simply register your details to get connected.
To connect to WiFi Guest (Sky WiFi):
- Select WiFi Guest from the list of available WiFi networks
- Open your web browser - the Sky WiFi landing page will appear. Click Get Online
- Log in, or register if you're a first time user, to gain internet access.
If you need any help to get connected to the Wifi Guest option, visit Sky's Cloud WiFi FAQs.
You can view the places where Sky WiFi is available on this Sky wifi map.