Seamless Wi-Fi access for research and education around the world.
eduroam (education roaming) is the secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community. eduroam allows students, researchers and staff to seamlessly access internet connectivity when within range of a hotspot, whether they're moving across campus or visiting other participating institutions.
With benefits for users and for their campus IT departments, eduroam saves time and facilitates active and enduring collaboration between countries and institutions.
eduroam supports research and education by providing:
- Roaming broadband in more than 100 territories worldwide.
- Access at thousands of locations, with one password.
- Secure and privacy-preserving technology.
- Reciprocal service that is free-of-charge to users.
To help support take-up and usability of eduroam to the research and educationcommunity, there are a range of additional services;
GÉANT and eduroam
eduroam was pioneered by the GÉANT research and education networking community in Europe. The GÉANT (GN4) Project works together with relevant industry and standardisation groups to find and share solutions related to eduroam technology and security.
eduroam in Europe
The European eduroam service is a large-scale collaboration between hundreds of institutions, the majority of which own and operate the service’s infrastructure. The national and international coordination of this infrastructure is undertaken by the Roaming Operators (ROs) and a central eduroam Operational Team that is funded by the GÉANT Project.