Here at LSE, IMT provide a range of ways for you to stay connected when you’re on the move, working away from campus or checking your email on the go.

eduroam Wi-Fi

eduroam WiFi covers most of the campus, including lecture theatres, classrooms and LSE cafes and restaurants.

You can connect to eduroam from hundreds of other institutions across the UK, and even further afield. Over 70 countries offer eduroam access, with tens of thousands of eduroam hotspots worldwide.

Like on campus, to connect to eduroam at another institution, you’ll need to enter your LSE email address in the Username field, and your LSE network password in the Password field.

More information about eduroam can be found here.

Office 365

Office 365 gives you access to your email, documents and Microsoft applications such as Word and Excel on the go. Everyone at LSE can access Office 365 on personal devices – up to five desktop and five mobile devices. You can use Office 365 across your devices for the duration of your time at LSE.

With Office 365, you can access your emails on your commute, edit a document when you’re working remotely, and switch seamlessly between devices.

Find out more about Office 365 at LSE here.

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Remote desktop

Working from home and need to access your H:Space, or other network files? Remote desktop provides you with access to these, plus access to Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Outlook and Excel.

You can learn more about using the remote desktop service here.

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