Our superfast new wifi network, eduroam, is now available in most locations across our campuses. You'll also find eduroam in different places across the globe and can use your @dundee.ac.uk login to get free wifi wherever you find it.
If you’re using a personal or non-managed Apple macOS laptop or desktop (non-iOS), you need to have installed the 802.1x-eduroam-wifi-profile on your computer first.
- Go to your wifi settings, via your settings app or wifi icon in your notification bar, menu bar or task bar
- Choose eduroam
- Enter your full username and University password (on android devices you'll need to configure a few more settings, see below)
Use your full username to access eduroam, not your email address
- Accept the certificate request
- You're connected
Using an Android device?
Once you've chosen eduroam, you'll need to configure a few more settings.
|Phase 2 authentication||None|
|Anonymous identity||Just leave this blank|
If you've got a wireless printer, games console, or streaming device in our residences, you should connect these to the StudentResidences network.
If you change your password, your device should prompt you to put in your new password. If it doesn't, try forgetting the wifi network and following the instructions again for connecting.
If you're using macOS, including University managed devices, you'll need to update your keychain when you update your password.
Visitor or guest at one of our campuses?
You may be able to connect to eduroam wifi with your home credentials if from another University/College. Otherwise, you can connect to _TheCloud wifi by creating a free Sky account. Find out more.
The University of Dundee is a Home and Visited eduroam service provider. Students, staff, and visitors using eduroam at any of our campuses must comply with our acceptable use guidelines and the eduroam(UK) policy. Students and staff are required to remove the eduroam wifi profile from their devices once they've graduated or ended their employment with the University. List of eduroam participating institutions.
Need more help?
- Service Desk
- +44 (0)1382 388000