Cambridge University Press (CUP) is one of the largest and most prestigious academic publishers in the world.
In both books and journals, the Cambridge imprint is a hallmark of the finest scholarly publishing and cutting-edge research, maintained through a commitment to the process of rigorous peer review.

By helping to pioneer developing technologies, CUP keep pace with the rapid changes in the market for books and journals, in print and in digital form. Recent developments include methods for keeping books in print for far longer than ever before and significant upgrades to the platforms used to deliver electronic content.
Academic publishing at Cambridge consists of the three longest-established areas of the Press’s list: academic journals and academic books.

Cambridge University Press dates from 1534 and is part of the University of Cambridge. Our mission is to unlock people’s potential with the best learning and research solutions.
Our vision is a world of learning and research inspired by Cambridge, where:
  • We enable people to achieve success by providing the best learning and research solutions
  • We support our customers through continually improved content, experiences and care
  • We use our profit for purpose, contributing to society by furthering the mission of our University

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