Cambridge University Terms of Use

Read our summary of Cambridge University's Terms of Use.


  • The website offers a variety of products and services for educational purposes.
  • Terms may change, and continued use of the site implies acceptance of new terms.
  • User profiles and access to the site can be disabled for security reasons or non-compliance.
  • Content can be used for personal, non-commercial purposes.
  • Users must be 16 or older, or have guardian permission to use the site.
  • The site's content may not always be accurate, complete, or up-to-date, and Cambridge is not responsible for this.
  • Content posted by users does not represent Cambridge's views and they are not responsible for it.
  • Users retain ownership of their uploaded content but grant Cambridge a license to use it.
  • Cambridge may remove or block user-uploaded content if necessary.
  • Cambridge is not responsible for external websites linked to/from the site.
  • Cambridge cannot guarantee uninterrupted or error-free access to the site.

Things to watch out for

  • Cambridge may disable your user profile or access to the Site without notice.
  • Content accuracy is not guaranteed, and Cambridge is not liable for any inaccuracies.
  • User-generated content is your responsibility, and you must comply with specific posting rules.
  • Cambridge has extensive rights to use and distribute content you upload to the site.

AI recommendations

When using the Cambridge University Press & Assessment website, it's important to keep your user profile information secure and to be mindful of the content you upload, as it can be used by Cambridge and potentially others. If you're contributing to public areas of the site, make sure your content is lawful and respectful. Remember that Cambridge is not responsible for the accuracy of the site's content or the content of external links, so always verify information independently, especially for academic purposes.


What should I do if I notice content inaccuracies on the site?

If you spot inaccuracies, contact Cambridge as soon as possible to report the issue.

What happens to the content I upload to the site?

You retain ownership of your content but grant Cambridge a license to use, store, copy, distribute, and make it available to third parties.

Am I responsible for the user-generated content I post on the site?

Yes, you are responsible for ensuring that your posts comply with the law and the site's posting rules, and do not infringe on others' rights.

(Last updated: 18th December, 2023)

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