Visitors

eduroam users
Anybody configured for their own institution’s eduroam connection should be able to use it on our eduroam signal. Please note that requests for technical support must be referred to your own institution and visitors should not use the University of Worcester instructions for eduroam.
Short term guests - Wireless access

If you are visiting the University St Johns campus, either as part of a conference, delegation or meeting you can get a temporary wireless account.

You can pick up a wireless account at any reception desk at St Johns or it will be supplied to you by a contact at the University.

If you are visiting the City or Severn campus you can now sign up to the new Guest@UW Wifi. Simply connect to the Wi-Fi and select "Don't have an account". Fill in the registration form and you will be sent your login via text/email. See the following guide for additional information Guest@UW helpguide.

Short term guests - Wired access

If you are conducting a lecture, or do not have a device that attaches to the wireless network, you can request a guest account that will allow you to log on to a University PC. Requests for this should be made via your event or visit organizer.

Longer term visitors

Those working with the University for a significant period are usually better served by being made an associate member of staff, which means they can have email accounts and work more effectively. Please contact the ICT Service Desk for more information.

Members of the public

The University does not currently provide wireless or other ICT facilities to members of the public. Public can however access the internet at the Hive.