Our qualifications give learners the knowledge, skills and understanding that they need to develop. Our trusted assessments give them the opportunity to show what they’ve learnt, enabling them to succeed. We currently deliver assessments to more than 8 million learners in more than 170 countries.
We make sure academics can access high-quality, digitally interconnected materials that enhance understanding and the global impact of research. We currently publish more than 380 peer-reviewed academic journals and thousands of books for research and higher education.
Our expertise gives vital support to teachers and schools, shaping curricula and education systems around the world. We also help teachers gain the skills and knowledge needed to design and develop effective assessments.
We maximise our impact through careful listening and collaboration to develop innovative products and services that are relevant, exciting and inspiring. That includes providing teachers with rich data, and adaptive learning resources and assessment tools so they can better support their students.
Our original research spreads knowledge, sparks enquiry and aids understanding. Our world-class research into how learners use the English language underpins our teaching materials. Our range of research-based admissions tests connect universities, governments and employers to the highest number of applicants around the world.
We exist to further the mission of the University of Cambridge: “To contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning and research at the highest international levels of excellence”. We are a not-for-profit organisation, and our financial success is reinvested in the mission, enabling us to invest in and expand on the good we do.
The Cambridge Assessment Annual Review provides an interesting snapshot of activity across the organisation, along with a formal annual report and accounts to the Council of the University of Cambridge.