Cambridge University Press & Assessment

Cambridge University Press & Assessment is a publishing and assessment organization of the University of Cambridge. It specializes in academic research, English language learning, educational resources for schools, author support, assessment research, Cambridge assessment admissions testing, etc. 

Employee Rating

3.9
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyUniversity of Cambridge
HQCambridge, GB
Founded1534
Websitecambridge.org
Cybersecurity ratingDMore
Cambridge University Press & Assessment was founded in 1534 and is headquartered in Cambridge, GB
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Key People/Management at Cambridge University Press & Assessment

Peter Phillips

Peter Phillips

Chief Executive
Mark Maddocks

Mark Maddocks

Chief Information Officer
Catie Sheret

Catie Sheret

General Counsel and Company Secretary, Board Member
Mandy Hill

Mandy Hill

Managing Director, Academic Publishing
Rod Smith

Rod Smith

Managing Director, Education
Kevin Taylor

Kevin Taylor

Director of Syndicate Affairs
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Cambridge University Press & Assessment Office Locations

Cambridge University Press & Assessment has offices in Cambridge, Chambersburg, New York, ABL and in 42 other locations
Cambridge, GB (HQ)
University Printing House Shaftesbury Road
ABL, AR
Esmeralda 950
Macquarie Park, AU
Suite G.1, Ground Floor 64 Talavera Road
Port Melbourne, AU
477 Williamstown Rd
Rio de Janeiro, BR
R. da Assembléia, 10 - 3502 - Centro
São Paulo, BR
Av. Paulista, 925 - 2nd floor - Bela Vista
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Cambridge University Press & Assessment Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

1534
Cambridge University Press & Assessment is a subsidiary of University of Cambridge

Cambridge University Press & Assessment Revenue

Cambridge University Press & Assessment's revenue was reported to be £326.9 m in FY, 2019 which is a 3.5% increase from the previous period.
GBPFY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019

Revenue

306.4m315.9m326.9m

Revenue growth, %

14%3%3%

Pre tax profit

14.2m16.0m25.3m

Income tax expense

4.3m1.7m2.9m
GBPFY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019

Cash

39.2m29.5m29.7m

Accounts Receivable

110.6m108.1m127.2m

Inventories

23.8m22.7m24.0m

Current Assets

215.5m182.0m207.4m
GBPFY, 2017

Revenue/Employee

109.4k

Debt/Equity

3.4 x

Debt/Assets

0.4 x

Financial Leverage

7.9 x
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Cambridge University Press & Assessment Operating Metrics

FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019

Books Published

1.44 k

Journals

391400

Average Downloads per Month (Cambridge Core)

3 m3.08 m4.83 m

Activities Undertaken Every Year (Cambridge LMS)

70 m

Cambridge University Press & Assessment Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

D

65/100

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Cambridge University Press & Assessment Online and Social Media Presence

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Cambridge University Press & Assessment News and Updates

Global Social Sciences & Humanities Publishing Report 2021 Featuring Cambridge University Press, Cengage Research, EBSCO, Elsevier, Informa, John Wiley & Sons, OUP, ProQuest, SAGE, Springer Nature

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Adaptive Content Publishing Global Market 2018-2025: Cambridge University Press, Cengage Learning, DreamBox Learning

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Cambridge University Press & Assessment Blogs

Climate change essay competition: Last exit before the bridge

We’d like to share an essay from one of this year’s finalists in the Bahçeşehir essay competition, which was held in conjunction with our Cambridge team in Turkey and Bahçeşehir College, from 3-24 December. The chosen topic for essay submissions was ‘climate change’ and there were many fantastic ent…

Climate changes, so should we…

Congratulations to Özlem from 10/B Science at Bahçeşehir College in Turkey! She is one of five winners of the December 2021 writing competition for grades 9 and 10. Students were asked to submit essays on climate change, to raise their awareness about the environment. Here is one of the winning entr…

Pre-primary webinar series: practical techniques for teaching young learners

Join us for a webinar series for pre-primary teachers, with speakers Michael Tomlinson, Alexandra Purcell, Allen Davenport and Karen Elliott. Our 3-part webinar series runs across 3 months, with a webinar in February, March and April. It introduces our newest pre-primary course, Pippa and Pop, as we…

Fiction for learners recommendation – The Miracles of the Namiya General Store

Hong, from Learn English with Cambridge, is sharing a book recommendation for intermediate and advanced learners of English. If your learners enjoy reading heart-warming fiction, “The Miracles of the Namiya General Store” is the book for them. Three delinquents, after a recent unsuccessful robbery, …

Why do we say houses but not mouses, and geese but not meese?

Nigel A Caplan, Ph.D. Nigel Caplan is an associate professor at the University of Delaware English Language Institute and author of Grammar Choices for Graduate and Professional Writers. In theory, English plurals are easy: add -s, -es, or -ies to the singular noun, and you get books, houses, and st…

Tech Talk: Upgrades and More

Laura Eickoff has an MA TESOL degree from Michigan State University and has taught at universities in Hong Kong, Mainland China, and the United States. She is currently an instructor at a university in Turkey. In this post, Laura helps us think through our singular/plural issues, specifically noun p…
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Cambridge University Press & Assessment Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Cambridge University Press & Assessment founded?

    Cambridge University Press & Assessment was founded in 1534.

  • Who are Cambridge University Press & Assessment key executives?

    Cambridge University Press & Assessment's key executives are Peter Phillips, Mark Maddocks and Catie Sheret.

  • How many employees does Cambridge University Press & Assessment have?

    Cambridge University Press & Assessment has 3,006 employees.

  • What is Cambridge University Press & Assessment revenue?

    Latest Cambridge University Press & Assessment annual revenue is £326.9 m.

  • What is Cambridge University Press & Assessment revenue per employee?

    Latest Cambridge University Press & Assessment revenue per employee is £108.7 k.

  • Who are Cambridge University Press & Assessment competitors?

    Competitors of Cambridge University Press & Assessment include Macmillan Publishers, Springer Nature and Cengage Learning.

  • Where is Cambridge University Press & Assessment headquarters?

    Cambridge University Press & Assessment headquarters is located at University Printing House Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge.

  • Where are Cambridge University Press & Assessment offices?

    Cambridge University Press & Assessment has offices in Cambridge, Chambersburg, New York, ABL and in 42 other locations.

  • How many offices does Cambridge University Press & Assessment have?

    Cambridge University Press & Assessment has 46 offices.