23 September 2016
New Logo and Slogan Celebrates SI-UK’s Past, Present and Future
SI-UK, a provider of free, independent advice and support to international students applying to study in the UK, continues its evolution today after many exciting years of change and innovation in the UK education sector.
To celebrate its past, present and much-anticipated future, SI-UK is launching a new, streamlined logo and slogan to reflect the modernized brand while maintaining its 10-year history.
As a vital link between universities and students, the new visual identity reflects how SI-UK wants its brand to be perceived in the future and the new logo, symbol, colour palette and typeface will visualise this. The new slogan, “Move Forward. Be Great”, is intended to timelessly inspire students in making the leap into UK Higher Education.
SI-UK believes international students should have access to trusted, expert advice about UK universities and courses. To be supported by professional and experienced advisers throughout their whole journey: from the first tentative enquiries, the application process, and right up to their arrival in the UK and throughout their life at university.
“I’m very proud of the hard work which has gone into the design and execution of the new SI-UK logo.” Stated Dwayne Gallagher, one of three SI-UK Directors alongside Vicki Fox and Orion Judge. “The new logo is built on the work we have accomplished in the past, while excitedly looking to what is coming in the future.”
The new SI-UK branding will be introduced immediately on various digital platforms, including SI-UK websites and social media channels, as well as print publications and on-street advertising. Look for the new logo to come to life online and at forthcoming UK University Fairs in the UK, India, Thailand and Japan soon.
I sincerely thank SI-UK for getting me accepted to UCL. The MSc in Urban Development and Planning is extremely competitive, but the right guidance provided by SI-UK made my dream of studying at University College London a reality. The services were exceptional from beginning to end.
Rashmi Lakshanya Urban Development and Planning at University College London