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List of university presses

This page lists notable university press.

Contents

  • University presses by country: English-speaking countries 1
    • Australia 1.1
    • Canada 1.2
    • New Zealand 1.3
    • Philippines 1.4
    • Singapore 1.5
    • South Africa 1.6
    • United Kingdom 1.7
    • United States 1.8
  • University presses by country: Non-English-speaking countries 2
    • Argentina 2.1
    • Belgium 2.2
    • Chile 2.3
    • China 2.4
    • Colombia 2.5
    • Czech Republic 2.6
    • Denmark 2.7
    • Egypt 2.8
    • Estonia 2.9
    • France 2.10
    • Germany 2.11
    • Hong Kong 2.12
    • Hungary 2.13
    • Iran 2.14
    • Italy 2.15
    • Japan 2.16
    • Lithuania 2.17
    • Malaysia 2.18
    • The Netherlands 2.19
    • Peru 2.20
    • Poland 2.21
    • Portugal 2.22
    • Sweden 2.23
    • Taiwan 2.24
  • See also 3
  • References 4

University presses by country: English-speaking countries

Australia

Canada

New Zealand

Philippines

Singapore

South Africa

United Kingdom

United States

University presses by country: Non-English-speaking countries

Argentina

Belgium

Chile

China

Colombia

Czech Republic

Denmark

Egypt

Estonia

France

Germany

Hong Kong

Hungary

Iran

Italy

Japan

Lithuania

Malaysia

The Netherlands

Peru

Poland

Portugal

Sweden

Taiwan

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ucl-press
  2. ^ http://www.herts.ac.uk/uhpress
  3. ^ http://www.uwestminsterpress.co.uk
  4. ^ http://edicoes.up.pt/
  5. ^ http://www.su.se/english/
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