University of Hull Wifi

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University of Hull Wifi

University of Hull Wifi


Last updated on 9/20/2016 Print this page


The wireless network eduroam is available throughout the Hull and Scarborough campuses. You can use your device wherever you are, whether you are making notes in a lecture theatre or enjoying the sunshine outside the Library.

For more information on the eduroam service, including a list of institutions that provide an eduroam service across the globe, visit

It is important to understand the security risks of joining any WiFi network, to ensure that you are joining the genuine eduroam network, ICT recommend that you use eduroam CAT (Configuration Assistant Tool) to make a secure connection to the network.

You can do this on or off campus. If you are using a mobile device, you can do it over a 3G or 4G connection, and if you are using a PC or Mac, you can connect to ‘UoH Guest’ in the first instance, or complete the process while connected to your home network.

For step by step instructions on how to connect, please select your operation system below:

  • iOS
  • Windows
  • Mac
  • Android
  • Guest WiFi
  • Policies


  1. Open Safari and go to
  2. Select your institution University of Hull
  3. Ensure that the installer selected is for Apple iOS mobile devices…
  4. Tap the Do you have an account… button to proceed
  5. Tap the Download installer for Apple iOS mobile devices button to proceed
  6. When prompted to Install Profile select Install (you will be prompted to enter your device passcode)
  7. You will be presented with the list of certificates that will be installed on your device.
  8. Select Install
  9. When prompted, enter  your university user ID (in the format
  10. When prompted, enter your university password.
  11. Once all steps are complete, you will be able to select and join eduroam from your list of available networks.

Note: if any issues arise from using CAT, the profile can be removed in Settings > General > Profile > eduroam > Delete Profile