The Wi-FI service for students and staff at the University of Brighton is eduroam.
Eduroam (education roaming) is the secure, worldwide access service developed for the international research and education community.
Eduroam allows students, researchers and staff from participating institutions to access the internet at other participating organisations that they visit.
The same username and password can be used at all institutions, which means that if you've used eduroam at one site, you are ready to use it at any other participating institution you visit. There should be no need to change settings on laptops or mobile devices.
If you use eduroam you are agreeing to the conditions of use of Eduroam UK and the local site. Make sure you understand these conditions.
See the next pages to find out How to connect to the eduroam wireless service
The animation "What is eduroam?", created by AARNet (the Australian Research and education Network), highlights the benefits of using Eduroam.