Eduroam is a global initiative, forming an agreement between educational and research institutions to share wireless network access enabling inter-institutional roaming.
Visitors from participating Eduroam institutions can access the wireless network at the University of Melbourne using their home institution account.
How do I connect?
Before you can connect to Eduroam, your device must be configured with the settings provided by your home institution.
If you are a University of Melbourne student or staff member who wishes to access Eduroam off-campus, please refer to the information on the staff and students page.
Where do I find help?
Due to the nature of the Eduroam network, the University of Melbourne is unable to provide assistance with device configuration or account issues.
For other Eduroam questions, please see the Frequently Asked Questions section.
Conditions of use
By accessing the Eduroam network, you agree that:
- You will adhere to all University of Melbourne statutes, policies and guidelines including the University’s Provision and Acceptable Use of IT Policy.
- You will not infringe copyright, including but not limited to downloading copyright material via peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing.
- You will comply with any applicable acceptable use policy of your home institution.
- You will not apply an unreasonable burden on the network.
- You will use up-to-date antivirus software and regularly apply updates to your operating system and applications.
- The University is not liable for loss, damage or consequential loss or damage arising directly or indirectly from use of the wireless network.
The Eduroam network is not content filtered and access by individuals under-18 requires parental consent.
The use of Eduroam in Australia is governed by the Australian Eduroam Policy. In accordance with this policy, the University of Melbourne may log all Eduroam activity which will be held for a period of time in accordance with operational requirements.