Founded in 1534
Cambridge University Press is the oldest media business in the world and the oldest university press. We were founded through ‘Letters Patent’, similar to a Royal Charter, granted to the University by Henry VIII in 1534.
We are a global publisher
We have 50 offices around the world, with 10 hubs
globally. Over 90% of our sales are from outside the UK.
Outside the UK
Nobel Prize winners have been published by Cambridge
including Kip S Thorne, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics 2017, and Joachim Frank, winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2017.
We consist of three publishing groups
Academic, which publishes research books, advanced learning materials and reference content as well as nearly 400 journals. Read more
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