Wireless Internet Access (WIA)
Wireless Internet Access (WIA) is available in teaching areas, and all University accommodation.
To access the network, you will need to sign-in with your email address and password. You may be prompted to accept our security certificate the first time that you do this.
For device specific steps:
The University of Buckingham subscribes to the national eduroam service, which provides members of subscribing organisations easy and secure network access when visiting an institution other than their own. We provide both Home and Visited services over our wireless network, under the eduroam (UK) policy.
Home Service (University of Buckingham Students)
A list of organisations offering the eduroam service is available at Organisations participating in eduroam.
When visiting other institutions, you will need to connect to the eduroam SSID and enter your Buckingham email address and password. You must remove the eduroam profile from your devices once your studies end.
If you require support whilst at a remote site, please contact the IT Services Helpdesk in the first instance, unless the problem is clearly a wireless network failure.
Visitors to the University should make themselves aware of our Acceptable Use Policy.
The eduroam service is available across campus and student accommodation. In order to access the service, please follow the instructions in the relevant guide:
If you require support whilst visiting the University of Buckingham, please contact your Home institution, unless the problem is clearly a wireless network failure.
The University of Buckingham is a research University and as such undertakes minimal filtering of web content, except where required by legislation (e.g. the Prevent Strategy) or where the accessed content would present a security risk to our network.