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 Marketing Communications Office

The Marketing Communications Office is part of the Division of External Relations.  They are responsible for maintaining and developing the profile of the university as a world-leading organisation.

They can offer support in the following areas:

CREATIVE TEAM:  Offer in-house expertise for the design and creation of all media, including print design; website design and support; audio and video production; advice about photography; and maintaining the University's visual identity.

COMMUNICATIONS:  Have strategic responsibility for overseeing and supporting all print and online communications - internal and external - produced throughout the University (including social media), ensuring consistency and quality in line with the University's advertising and established branding.

They also have responsibility for developing the University's strategic messaging, and working with others to develop that messaging for different audiences.  

As well as the Undergraduate Prospectus and the Postgraduate Prospectus, they are responsible for overseeing other printed materials including brochures, leaflets and posters.

As part of their role they work closely with the Press Office.

PROMOTION OF NEW COURSES

They can help you get the message to the right audience, whether it’s a brand new course or an existing one.

FOR FURTHER INFROMATION AND GUIDANCE, PLEASE VISIT:

Marketing Communications Office
Design Process Guide
Creative Team Website
Upload a pre-designed large format poster

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