The Coat of Arms
The Coat of Arms was granted to the University in 1966. The masonry arch symbolises I K Brunel’s bridges and the compasses and cogwheel symbolise technology (referring to the University’s former status as a College of Advanced Technology). The ermine lozenge is an allusion to the Arms of Lord Halsbury, the first Chancellor of the University. Representing the town of Uxbridge, is the swan on the crest of the coat of arms.
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