The Publications Office is responsible for producing the University corporate publications including the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Prospectuses, Accommodation Guide and the Graduation Brochure.
We also offer the following services:
Advice on design, print and production to all the University's Schools and departments as required. We maintain a directory of designers, printers and photographers who we have worked with and are happy to recommend. Our Brand Guidelines are now available online at https://portal.uea.ac.uk/brand-guidelines and if you have any queries please email us at email@example.com
A new Media Library has been created to allow access to a wide selection of images which the University has commissioned and includes the campus, students and the region. These images are free to download and available for use in any of the University's publications or to market your Department. The Library also contains UEA logos, templates, the latest YouTube videos and a library of pdf's showing the latest publications ie the 2017 prospectus, but also an archive of publications too. It has been designed to act as a toolkit for all staff and enable easier access to assets relating to the University, all in one central location. You can also upload images and we encourage you to do this as we would like the Library to be used as a sharing platform. A User Guide is available within the Media Library but you can also download it here.
Visit Norfolk has also created a Norfolk Image Library which contains over 1,000 images of Norfolk. These images are available for use in your publications and are free of charge. Their website includes instructions on how to obtain the images and how to credit any images downloaded.
The University's logo is available in different formats for you to download and guidance on using the University crest and shield.
A downloadable version of the campus map and a document giving directions on How to get to the University.
An up-to-date list of accolades the University has received from external sources such as The Times Good University Guide, National Student Survey and successful alumni.