Cambridge University Press for FE Journals Agreement 2019-2021

  • Start: 1 Jan 2019
    Expiry: 31 Dec 2021
  • Description:

    Cambridge University Press is the printing and publishing house of the University of Cambridge. The press is the oldest publishing house in the world celebrated 433 years of continuous publishing in 2018. CUP is a not-for-profit publisher and their mission is to advance learning, knowledge and research worldwide. CUP publishes over 400 journals and over 2,500 books a year for distribution worldwide. CUP journals cover a broad range of subjects including all the main subjects in the humanities, social sciences and hard sciences. Their key areas are applied science, environment and conservation, agriculture, neuroscience and biomedicine, history, area studies, language and linguistics, political science and international relations. This is the Further Education element of the agreement (HE in FE).

Product overview

This agreement covers 1 January 2019 to 31 December 2021. This agreement may be revised mid-term (as it is linked to the Cambridge Open Research Agreement for HE, however; it unlikely to affect FE pricing), institutions will be alerted of any changes.

Eligible institutions/group: Further education


  • Full collection 2019: £917.00
  • Full collection 2020: £944.51
  • Full collection 2021: £972.85

All pricing excludes VAT.

Institutions not taking the full collection that were current subscribers in 2018 should liaise with CUP.

Increase: 2.99% per annum

How to Order and Pay: Please review the Detailed Pricing Document for full information on the offer and terms.

Please ensure all orders are placed via the Jisc Collections website. Institutions may select to be invoiced by the publisher, an agent of choice or Jisc Collections (the Transaction Management Charge of £75 Plus VAT will be applied to the Jisc Collections invoice).

Publisher contacts

Rebecca Howland
(Library sales manager)

Natalie Climas
(Deputy UK library sales manager)

Nathan Turner
(Senior library sales executive)

Louise Deane
(Library sales executive)
Tel: 01223 312 393

Backfiles or archives included

Backfiles included in the offer

The extent of electronic versions of backfiles varies by title. The average range of access extends back to 1997, although this does vary for each title.

Historical backfile available separately

Cambridge Journals has digitised the back volumes of all available Cambridge titles to Volume 1, issue 1. This process has created a collection of fully searchable archives. This is available in its entirety or as subject-based collections.

All UK FE and HE institutions are eligible for access to the Cambridge Journals 2009 Digital Archive purchased by Jisc Collections. See the catalogue page.

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