What is eduroam Wi-Fi and how do I access it?

Wireless Internet Access at Leeds Beckett University

Leeds Beckett University uses Eduroam as our primary wireless network. All Leeds Beckett students and staff (and most visitors from other universities) should use Eduroam. 

​Eduroam is a secure wireless network, part of Eduroam (UK). It is the recommended wireless service for all University users.

Log-in Details​

Eduroam usernames for students are your student c-number followed by @leedsbeckett.ac.uk 

e.g. c1234567@leedsbeckett.ac.uk 

The password needed to connect is the same one you use to log into MyBeckett or computers on campus.

If you use an Android device please see the below FAQ for additional settings that are needed. 
How do I connect my Android device to eduroam?

Visit the Library Eduroam Help and FAQ page for more information on using Eduroam at Leeds Beckett University, including guides on how to configure different devices.

Using eduroam at other institutions and hospitals

Leeds Beckett University students can access eduroam from any eduroam-enabled institution around the world.

The JANET website lists eduroam-enabled institutions and the levels of access they offer, as well as links to their eduroam information web pages and setup instructions where available.

Several hospitals also use the eduroam network - Which Hospitals use Eduroam? 

Students visiting from different Universities

If your device has previously been connected to the Eduroam Wi-Fi at your home institution then it should automatically connect when you are on campus. 

Should you be unable to connect, we would recommend checking with your home institution as to which settings your Eduroam account will need as they may differ from Leeds Beckett.

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