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Who can use eduroam

Staff and students can use eduroam around Cambridge and while visiting other participating institutions around the world. Visitors and academics visiting Cambridge from participating institutions can connect to eduroam while in Cambridge.

This can be described as a Home and Visited eduroam service.  You can read Jisc's eduroam policy for the UK to find out more and how eduroam should be used. 


Where can you connect to eduroam

eduroam is available throughout the University and in some outdoor locations. You can see the University wireless coverage page for more information. 

You can see Jisc's full list of organisations that use eduroam in the UK. You can also pick up eduroam in thousands of locations around the world.


How to connect to eduroam

Desktops and laptops

Phones and tablets

Other devices


Connect other personal devices

You can connect personal devices to the UniOfCam-IoT network as they cannot connect to eduroam. This includes:

  • media streaming devices like Apple TV
  • virtual assistants such as Amazon Alexa
  • smart speakers like Amazon Echo or Google Home
  • streaming media adapters such as Chromecasts
  • equipment such as printers

Connect to the UniOfCam-IoT


Get help

If you're having problems connecting to eduroam, please look through our troubleshooting guide or report an issue with the Service Desk.