Cambridge University Privacy Policy

Read our summary of Cambridge University's Privacy Policy.


  • Cambridge University Press & Assessment collects personal information for various services and interactions.
  • They take measures to protect your personal information through technical and organizational means.
  • Your information may be shared with third parties, including other parts of Cambridge, service providers, and partners.
  • Information is collected through website use, communications, account registration, and event attendance.
  • Personal data may be transferred internationally, which could involve countries with different data protection standards.
  • Technical information such as IP address, device IDs, and browser type is automatically collected when using their website.
  • You have the right to access, correct, or delete your personal information held by Cambridge.
  • Cookies and device identifiers are used to personalize and improve your experience on their website.
  • They may keep your personal information for an indefinite period if anonymized.
  • You can control your marketing preferences and opt out of marketing communications.
  • Links to other websites are not endorsed by Cambridge and are governed by their own privacy policies.
  • The privacy notice applies to Cambridge websites linking to the notice, not to external sites or services.
  • The privacy notice may be updated, and it's important to review it periodically.
  • You can contact Cambridge with questions about how your personal information is handled.
  • Location information may be collected with consent for service delivery purposes.

Things to watch out for

  • Your personal information may be shared with third parties, which could include your school, institution, or service providers.
  • International data transfers might occur, potentially to countries with less stringent data protection laws.
  • Personal data may be retained indefinitely in anonymized form, which could limit your control over that information.

AI recommendations

When engaging with Cambridge University Press & Assessment, it's important to be aware of how your personal data may be used and shared. Pay particular attention to the types of third parties your data may be shared with, and understand that your data could be transferred internationally. If you have concerns about your personal information, don't hesitate to exercise your rights to access, correct, or delete your data. Always keep your marketing preferences up to date to ensure you only receive communications that are relevant to you.


How can I control the personal information Cambridge has about me?

You have rights to access, correct, delete, or restrict the use of your personal information. You can also opt out of marketing communications and request your data to be transferred to a third party.

Will my personal information be shared with any third parties?

Yes, Cambridge may share your information with group members, service providers, academic partners, and legal authorities when required.

What measures does Cambridge take to protect my personal information?

Cambridge uses technical, organizational, and contractual measures to protect your data, including encryption, access controls, and requiring service providers to adhere to data protection laws.

(Last updated: 18th December, 2023)

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