Guides for how we create content that is accessible.
Broken links, spelling mistakes and accessibility errors such as the use of “click here” on a web
A guide on how long content should stay live on the website.
In 2019 we ran a campaign urging the UK government to fully associate to the future Erasmus+ prog
The latest area of the website helps users find the most recent content from UUK and UUKi.
The topics area of the website allows our users to find our content by subject area.
We create the best content when working collaboratively.
We want a website which puts our users at the centre of decisions.
Why do we have a content strategy?
Our membership comprises UUK members plus a number of additional higher education institutions.
We aim to ensure that this website gives all visitors of the public equal access.
We bring together vice-chancellors from across the UK to discuss issues and challenges.
Keep up to date with our latest news and events.
A list of useful resources and advice. We will keep on adding to this list as we find them.
We are committed to helping universities deliver world-class student experience and research.
Nobody knows more about the needs of universities than we do.
We’ve been working with, and representing the needs of, universities for more than 100 years.
We are welcoming, warm and easy to understand.
These elements help shape UUK's tone of voice.
We know we have an important role to play as the collective voice for 140 universities.