As a global university, Cambridge disseminates the results of its teaching and research to a worldwide audience.
A wealth of Cambridge teaching and research is available to all through online audio and video resources.
The examinations offered by the University’s international examinations group, Cambridge Assessment, through two international boards – Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), the world’s largest provider of international school qualifications, and Cambridge English, one of the two largest global providers of ESOL qualifications – are taken each year by approximately five million candidates in 150 different countries.
Cambridge University Press (CUP) is the oldest publishing house in the world. Its purpose is to further the University's objective of advancing learning, knowledge and research. CUP is a global publisher with over 50 offices across the globe. It publishes over 45,000 titles by authors from over 100 countries, bringing thousands of subjects and millions of ideas to the world.
Cambridge University Library is one of the world’s great research libraries, and has an ambitious digitisation programme to make its collections available to scholars worldwide.
The University museums are a world-class resource for researchers, students and members of the public, and are engaged in active collaborations with institutions across four continents. Combined, the University museums comprise the UK’s largest concentration of internationally important collections outside of London.
Cambridge Enterprise has an International Outreach Programme to spread best practice in knowledge transfer and assist the University in establishing and enhancing key international relationships.