Cambridge University Press was founded by a royal charter granted to
the University of Cambridge by King Henry VIII in 1534. It is the
oldest printer and publisher in the world, having been operating
continuously since 1584, and is one of the largest academic publishers
Its purpose is to further the University\'s objective of advancing learning, knowledge and research.
Academic Publishing: Cambridge is one of the
world\'s largest and most prestigious academic publishers and is
acclaimed for its list of journals, textbooks, monographs and
practitioner guides, in subjects from medicine and law to literature
and classics. Cambridge\'s academic publishing includes around 200
journals, around 1200 new books each year, and its historic Bibles list.
Cambridge Learning: Cambridge is a global leader in
English Language Teaching (ELT) books and resources and is well
established as a publisher of books for schools in the United Kingdom,
Australia and Africa. Cambridge–Hitachi – a joint venture between
Cambridge University Press and Hitachi Software Engineering – produces
a range of curriculum-based software developed with the changing needs
of today\'s teachers in mind. Cambridge Learning consolidates these
strands of educational publishing into a single brand.
Cambridge Printing: After four centuries, Cambridge
remains at the forefront of the printing industry. An impressive range
of products is manufactured on site in Cambridge - everything from
fine-bound colour volumes to digitally printed monographs, from
examination papers to customized stationery. Having won eight
prestigious national awards within the past two years, Cambridge enjoys
a reputation for innovation and manufacturing excellence.