IT services look after the technology powering lots of the systems you’ll regularly use.
We know your tech is important to you, and as you’d expect, we provide email, printing, WiFi and an online learning environment.
However, there are also other services you might not know about just yet;
All students can download Microsoft Office 365 to their own computer or mobile device for free. This includes software such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote and many other applications which are available for offline and online use.
To find out more, visit:
- Office 365 (IT Services website)
The University is part of the eduroam WiFi network, along with many other universities worldwide.
After initial setup, eduroam remembers who you are – so you don’t have to log in each time you go online.
For setup instructions, visit:
If you’re using your own computer, phone or tablet and you want to do some printing, you don’t have to clutter your room up with your own printer. You can send your documents to our mobile printing system and collect your printouts from any one of the student printers around campus.
Help and support
We’re always on hand to help if you’ve got any IT questions. We’ve got a team of staff in our IT Support Centre, dedicated to helping students and staff.
Our phone line runs 24/7, our website has easy to follow guidelines on using our services, and we work with the Library’s IT team to provide face-to-face IT support if you need it.
We also have a team of IT support reps based in halls of residence to help you with internet in your room, whether it’s for study, research or leisure.
Research IT services
Postgraduate research students can work with our specialist Research IT team to get help with High Performance Computing, software engineering, collaboration, data management and training.
For more on our Research IT services, visit: