Developing promotional material

While we offer a range of promotional materials to support marketing initiatives we can also work with you to produce tailored marketing materials from online banners to print advertisements.

Process checklists for approval

You provide – we create

Our design team can work with you and your regional team representative to create marketing and promotional material. Please provide the following details to your regional officer:

  • Where it will be used – i.e. in a magazine, online etc
  • Date required
  • Size – is it A4, 300 x 200 etc
  • Format – PDF, JPEG, EPS etc
  • Any images and logos you want to include
  • Specifications – colour, black and white etc.

You design – we approve

You must notify us any time you use the University of South Australia logo in your marketing. Email us and attach the files so that we can view the artwork. We will ensure the logo has been used correctly including position, font and colour.

Please contact your regional officer with marketing material requests. As per your agent agreement with us, we must approve all artwork before it is published.


Branding and Style Guide

The University of South Australia operates in a competitive tertiary education sector where reputation, name and image are valuable assets.

View the Branding & Style Guide to gain a better understanding of our corporate brand and marketing.


National Code 2007

The University of South Australia is required under Standard 1 of the National Code to ensure that marketing of our education and training services is professional, accurate and maintains the integrity and reputation of the industry.

Standard 1:

  • Marketing information and practices must be professional and ethical
  • The registered provider’s name and CRICOS provider code must be clearly identified on all material used to market the provider and its courses to students
  • Information or advice given to students must not be false or misleading
  • Providers must not knowingly enrol a student wishing to transfer from another provider before the student has completed six months of his or her principal course except in circumstances outlined in Standard 7. These restrictions also apply to courses taken before the principal course in a package of courses
  • A provider must not actively recruit a student where this clearly conflicts with its obligations under Standard 7

Areas of study and research

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