Who we are
We’re focused on meeting the needs of our learners, authors and customers by bringing research, teaching, learning and assessment together.
Focused on the needs of its learners, authors and customers, now we are one organisation we continue to strive to be an inclusive and empowering place to work globally, where our people can thrive.
Engaging with our communities through colleague volunteering and charitable giving is an important part of our culture. Our colleagues are encouraged to use their time and skills for volunteering, fundraising for charity and helping people fulfil their potential and were imaginative and generous in their support for their communities throughout the year.
Before joining Cambridge University Press & Assessment in February 2021 as our first Managing Director for South Asia, Arun Rajamani worked in the education and technology sector. He took on the task of bringing together Assessment and the Press in South Asia, acting as a model for closer working across the rest of our organisation.
Shaping quality education for all
Cambridge Partnership for Education works side-by-side with governments, international development organisations and other partners to improve the quality of education systems. This can be anything across the education spectrum – from reforming national STEM assessments to virtual teacher training.
Natural history in the making
In April 2022 our UK awarding body, OCR, celebrated the announcement that a new GCSE in Natural History can be taught to 14 to 16-year-olds from 2025.
Cambridge professional education online
Galvanised during global lockdowns caused by the Covid pandemic, we used our expertise and resources to help the University move its teaching online with an initially planned portfolio of 50 short, cross-disciplinary courses.
As we make improvements to our own environmental performance, with renewed ambitions to achieve carbon zero and reduce the materials we use, we recognise that one of the areas where we have both the capability and responsibility to make a difference in driving global change is through education and scholarship.