The International Baccalaureate (IB) is an academic programme regarded as a good alternative to A levels.
- The names and examples, as well as images, we use as an organisation, should reflect the diversity of students at the University.
- books, magazines, journals, TV programmes, films, song titles and projects
- newspaper titles but don’t include ‘the’ in italics unless it is part of the title: The Times but the Guardian, the Daily Telegraph
- names of ships and aircraft.
No need to italicise:
- title of chapters or articles (they should also go in inverted commas)
- possessive apostrophes for words written in italics, eg In the Guardian’s article on…