eduroam – How to log in with my school account


At some locations you will be able to make use of the academic Wi-Fi network eduroam.

You can then surf the Net wirelessly by using the username and password of your school/college/university.

The use of eduroam falls under the ethical code of your school. If there are any problems, contact the school’s servicedesk.

How to connect with wireless network: eduroam

This can be done in 3 simple steps:

  • Connect to the wifi-network eduroam
    • Devices with a slower WiFi adapter can only connect via: eduroam-slowIn this case, We recommend that you purchase the Asus USB AC53 WiFi Adapter for a better internet experience
  • If required, fill in the username and password of your school!
    You will need to add the school’s suffix to your username so that we know whose school your account belongs to (usually @school; non-exclusive list below). Your password remains unchanged!
  • If requested accept the proposed security certificate once



 School loginEduroam login

See list below of already well-known school suffixes.

Manual Wi-Fi settings


  • SSID: eduroam
    • Devices with a slower WiFi adapter can only connect via: eduroam-slow
  • Security type: WPA2-Enterprise
  • Encryption type: AES
  • EAP type: EAP (PEAP)
  • Verify server certificate: cross off

Android version 10 or older

  • EAP-Method: PEAP
  • Phase 2-verification: MSCHAPv2
  • CA-Certificate: Don’t validate
  • Identity: Your username@schoolsuffix
  • Password: Your password

Android version 11 or newer

  • EAP-Method: PEAP
  • CA-Certificate: Use system certificates
  • Identity: Your username@schoolsuffix
  • Password: Your password
  • Domain:
    • if username from us (e.g. s00121001) fill in “”
    • If you are a user of UGent (e.g., please enter “”.
    • Other instances have not yet been verified, you can then try to fill in the last part of your school email address (called the realm), e.g. as it is at UGent “”. Normally this is the part behind the “@” symbol but can sometimes be something else like e.g. if your school email address is “” (is fictitious school account) the domain can possibly be “” or “”, please test the different possibilities. If it still doesn’t work, please contact your school about this.

Are you unable to connect with a correct username and password despite the above manuals? Make sure your device is updated with latest software and security updates, not forgetting to tick the boxes for any optional updates.
As a last resort you can contact the service desk/ student services of your own school for more information on how to use eduroam with your school/college/university.

List of well-known schools and their suffixes

This list contains the suffix of schools that are known to us and that are operational.

Schools not listed are also able to work, send us the working details to add them to the list  or check

School (and Associations)Eduroam @schoolsuffix
Studenten Internet (s-login)
Artesis / Plantijn Hogeschool Antwerpen
(username format: s654321)
Artevelde Hogeschool (short login)
Erasmus Hogeschool
(username format: 654321ab)
Karel de Grote
KULeuven (r number)
UC Leuven Limburg (r number)
Université catholique de
Universiteit Gent (email-address)
Université Libre de
Vrije Universiteit
Universite Saint-Louis Brussels (USL-B)
Username: intranet_id
Brussels Management School (ICHEC)
Login: intranet_id
Haute Ecole Galilee / IHECS contactez
Login: intranet_id
Universite Mons (UMons)
Login: intranet_id
Vlerick (firstname.lastname)
Hogere Zeevaartschool (9 digit username)
ICHEC Brussels Management School (registration number username)
University Maastricht (
University Rotterdam (

Official Eduroam information

You can find a full list of schools and their correct corresponding configurations on: