We spoke to one of our apprentices, Tamsin, about her experience of working in Customer Services at the Press. If you'd like to broaden your skills, work alongside Press colleagues and a recognised training provider whilst gaining first-hand experience of the publishing industry, an apprenticeship could be an excellent option for you. Applications close Monday 3rd July! [ Cambridge.org Link ]
YouTuber Korean Billy chats to Laura Patsko, Senior ELT Research Manager at Cambridge University Press, about London tube station names which are commonly mispronounced. Check out the video here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
YouTuber Korean Billy chats to Laura Patsko Senior ELT Research Manager at

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"The benefits of an apprenticeship at the Press include learning more about business, developing new skills, opportunity to progress and experiencing the world of work" - Rianna shares her thoughts and experience of being an apprentice at Cambridge University Press. Find out more about the apprenticeship programme and how to apply here: [ Ow.ly Link ] Applications close Monday, 3 July.
Listen to James Williams', winner of the Nine Dots Prize, interview on BBC World Service this morning: [ Bbc.co.uk Link ]. James talks about how the 'age of outrage and clickbait' is damaging our engagement in politics.
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Applications for our new apprenticeships programme NOW OPEN! Explore roles in a range of departments including Customer Services, Facilities, HR, the Projects Office and Sales (ELT). Interviews will take place week commencing 17 July. Find out more about our apprenticeship roles and how to apply here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
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It’s day 2 of the #IGEP2017 conference and this morning we’re delighted to welcome our keynote speaker Nigel Smith, Head of Content at FutureLearn. He’ll be discussing the digital transformation of education, FutureLearn’s journey to becoming a successful Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) platform and the lessons that the publishing industry can learn from that journey.
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We’re delighted to be welcoming many international publishers to Cambridge today as we’re hosting the annual two-day International Group of Educational Publishers conference. Speakers and panels will be discussing the topic of “Disruptive Publishing: Business not as usual”. Our keynote speaker this morning is Tim Oates from Cambridge Assessment who will be talking about how international...
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Congratulations to James Williams, winner of the $100,000 Nine Dots Prize. The Nine Dots Prize is a new prize for creative thinking that tackles contemporary societal issues and secures the winner with a Cambridge University Press book deal. Up against competition from over 700 other entrants from around the world, Williams’ 3,000-word answer to the set question ‘Are digital technologies...
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Should words such as 'Instagirl' and 'shelfie' be added to the dictionary? Have your say here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Should words such as Instagirl and shelfie be added to the dictionary

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What will our classrooms look like in 2030? Will teachers be replaced by online learning courses or even robots? How can we prepare students for the jobs that don’t exist yet? These were the types of questions Cambridge University Press set out to discuss with teachers at the 2017 Cambridge Schools Conference in Hong Kong. Read more here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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We're excited to announce our new Apprenticeship Programme launching soon. Here at the Press we offer a diverse range of roles for our apprentices in Communications, Customer Services, HR, Marketing, Project Management, Sales and more. In joining us, you will broaden your skills whilst gaining first-hand experience of the publishing industry. Applications will open at the beginning of June for...
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From 15 May to 10 June 2017 there will be an exhibition highlighting the conservation work of the Press's archive in the Entrance Hall of Cambridge University Library. This provides a unique opportunity to see a selection of original documents and how they have been conserved to ensure their continued accessibility. The items on display include some of the earliest records dating back to 1586,...
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From 15 May to 10 June 2017 there will be an exhibition
In anticipation for #Eurovision, the second part of our State of Teacher Development survey reveals teachers music listening habits when studying. Check out the results here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
In anticipation for Eurovision the second part of our State of Teacher
In our NEW blog, Alice Tranah, Bookseller at the Cambridge University Press Bookshop, writes about the history of the Cambridge Institutions of Press and Bookshop. From John Hammond’s 1592 map below, held at the University Library, it is possible to see the site of the bookshop on the corner of Trinity Street and the former Sherers Lane (now St Mary’s Street), as well as Regent Walk which runs...
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Winners of the National School’s Handwriting Competition 2017 have been announced! Find out more here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Winners of the National Schools Handwriting Competition 2017 have been announced Find

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With the spotlight on our Bookshop this month as it celebrates its 25th Birthday, we're sharing a photo which shows how the shop looked in the 1950's. Although it has been Cambridge University Press Bookshop now for a quarter of a century, the shop itself has been around for much longer and selling books since 1581! Photo credit: Cambridge Central Library
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Our bookshop is celebrating its 25th anniversary! Visit their Facebook page for special offers and competitions throughout May
Our bookshop is celebrating its 25th anniversary Visit their Facebook page for
To celebrate #WorldIPDay2017 we’re holding a day of global events for colleagues to promote our work on IP. How are you getting involved?
To celebrate WorldIPDay2017 were holding a day of global events for colleagues
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Read our interview with international rugby star Jonny Wilkinson and find out how he tackled learning a new language when he transferred to Toulon ow.ly/LCM330b9cIi #ELT
Read our interview with international rugby star Jonny Wilkinson and find out
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We are delighted Cambridge English Empower has been chosen as a
finalist in the ELTons Awards! Find out more: [ Bit.ly Link ]
We are delighted Cambridge English Empower has been chosen as a
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