Branding toolkit downloads
Our guidelines provide the tools to create a necessary visual uniformity among the rich diversity that is contained within the University.
Brand marks for print (vector EPS files)
Vector files of the University’s visual identity, the quadrangle and rectangle. These are the core elements of the University’s visual identity, one of which should be used on everything we do – from letterheads to leaflets, banners to bookmarks.
Foundry Sterling font
Members of the University may download Foundry Sterling font for use with the stationery templates also available from this section.
- Foundry Sterling Book for Windows.zip 269.25 KB
- Foundry Sterling Medium for Windows.zip 110.66 KB
- Foundry Sterling Book for Mac.zip 182.27 KB
- Foundry Sterling Medium for Mac.zip 189.3 KB
PC stationery templates
Download branded Word documents that can be personalised for your department.
PowerPoint presentation templates
Two Powerpoint templates are available for download.
- PowerPoint Presentation 1.pptx 1.66 MB
- PowerPoint Presentation 2.pptx 650.37 KB
Brand marks for web
A set of approved files of the University’s visual identity, the quadrangle and rectangle, specifically for screen use. These are provided in GIF format at a range of sizes. You may prefer to use the Scalable Vector Graphic (SVG) of the brandmark from our Digital Style Guide.
- Brand Marks for web.zip 75.4 KB
Brand marks and presets for film
A zip file containing set of presets for Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro X, and brand mark images files to enable you to use the Public Affairs house style.
- OU Film brand toolkit.zip 18.28 MB
PowerPoint slides about Oxford
General Introduction to the University
- In English: General-Introduction-to-Oxford_ENGLISH.pptx 19.59 MB
- In Chinese: General-Introduction-to-Oxford_CHINESE.pptx 19.59 MB
Innovation at Oxford
- In English: Innovation-Research-in-China_ENGLISH.pptx 101.33 MB
- In Chinese: Innovation-Research-in-China_CHINESE.pptx 101.33 MB
Oxford videoconferencing backgrounds
Please note that some videoconferencing tools display your own image differently than others will see it. Logos may appear flipped on your screen but will be correct for others in your call.
Images © Oxford University Images / Oxford Photo Library, Chris Andrews, Whitaker Studio, Greg Smolonski, Photovibe, John Cairns Photography.