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The AHRC logo

As of October 2019, the Arts and Humanities Research Council has a new logo and visual identity.

Our new logos and identity guidelines can be found on the UK Research and Innovation website.

View guidance on our logos

If you have any questions about our brand, please email brand@ukri.org.

Additional supporting information

When using the logo on your publications or website, if possible, please:

  • add a line such as “xxxxx is supported by" or "xxxxx is funded by" as nearby our AHRC logo as possible
  • Link the logo to our website, or have a text link nearby.

We also ask that, where appropriate, a description of the AHRC is provided to explain our function and our presence in your marketing or PR material.

Depending on the space available this short paragraph might be suitable too:

The Arts and Humanities investigate the values and beliefs which underpin both who we are as individuals and how we undertake our responsibilities to our society and to humanity globally.


If there is more space available our 'boilerplate' information would be preferred:

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funds world-class, independent researchers in a wide range of subjects: history, archaeology, digital content, philosophy, languages, design, heritage, area studies, the creative and performing arts, and much more. This financial year the AHRC will spend approximately £98 million to fund research and postgraduate training, in collaboration with a number of partners. The quality and range of research supported by this investment of public funds not only provides social and cultural benefits and contributes to the economic success of the UK but also to the culture and welfare of societies around the globe.

Visit the AHRC website at: ahrc.ukri.org, on Twitter at @ahrcpress, and on Facebook search for the Arts and Humanities Research Council, or Instagram at @ahrcpress.