It is important for the University to be represented consistently in communications to the public.
The University needs to make its charitable status clear on all external communications. This document provides precise wording and guidelines for use.
Much more than a simple badge, our logo embodies what the University of Edinburgh is all about. It tells people who we are, what we stand for, and what we offer.
From colours to typeface and placement, usage must be consistent and clear for maximum impact as our key visual identity.
This PowerPoint presentation contains key facts and strategic messages about the University. This presentation should not be altered and may be used either on its own or as an introduction to a presentation.
Please note that there are additional notes attached to each slide.
These generic presentation templates form part of the University’s visual identity and can be downloaded for use in any University presentation.
The University has an ethical and legal responsibility under the Disability Discrimination Act to provide all its documents in alternative formats upon request.
Information Services have produced a guide which details the standard text to appear on documents and how to provide alternate formats if requested.
This article was published on Dec 4, 2013