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products and our service. We are working hard to offer the best educational publishing
through the development of premium quality print and electronic educational resources.
OUPANZ publishes learning materials for primary, secondary and higher education students
plus an extensive range of dictionaries for Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
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Opening A Credit Account
Please email the credit officer to find out whether you are eligible for a
credit account. Please note: our terms of trade are thirty days, and you must
have a minimum annual turnover of $2000.00.
Please fill in the following forms and return to email@example.com.
Trade Terms & Credit Application
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We accept orders via EDI, email and fax.
EDI ordering: EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) is a service offered to all our account-holding customers.
It allows us to accept orders electronically. You can place an electronic order via Pacstream. Any questions? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For orders via email?
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For orders via fax?
Free fax within Australia: 1800 813 602
Free fax within New Zealand: 0800 442 503
Overseas Fax +61 (3) 9934 9100
Small Order Surcharge – (does not apply to schools)
OUPANZ Small Order Surcharge is $12.50 (inc. GST). Small orders are held for seven days unless release is specifically requested.
When the value of combined orders exceeds $100net (exc. GST) the order is released without small order surcharge. If after 7 working
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Goods will be dispatched from our warehouse within 4 working days from receipt of order provided the goods are in stock and available.
Within most of Australia, your book should take between five and ten working days to arrive, provided the book is in stock.
Remote areas may take up to 14 days.
New Zealand shipments are air-freighted Fridays. Allow one to two weeks for delivery. NZ customers please send your orders to customer service no later than Thursday midday (for Friday flight).
Non stock items are ordered from overseas suppliers once a week. To minimise the delivery time for your orders please ensure your order is received by our customer service team by Monday afternoon.
Inspection and Review copies
I am a school teacher. Can I place an inspection order?
Yes. Please contact customer service by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a university lecturer. Can I order an inspection copy?
Yes. You can do this using by selecting ‘request an inspection copy’ on the right of the book’s webpage, and then fill out the form.
If you can not see the ‘request an inspection copy’ link, the title is not available for inspection.
I am a book reviewer/editor. How can I obtain a review copy of an Oxford University Press title?
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How do I access material for people who are visually impaired?
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Can I order online?
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Can I order via email?
Yes you can. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I order via telephone?
Toll Free Australia: 1300 650 616
New Zealand: 0800 442 502
Overseas: +61 (3) 9934 9284
Customer Service hours are 8.30 a.m. – 4.45 p.m. (Eastern Australia Standard/Summer time)
Which credit cards does Oxford University Press accept?
We accept Visa and Mastercard.
Orders outside of Australia
You can order ebooks/obooks from our website from anywhere around the globe and a code will be delivered to you via email.
Printed books can not be ordered from outside Australian on our website.
However, you can still place an order by phone or email.
If you are from New Zealand – please email your request through to email@example.com
Rest of the world – please email your request through to firstname.lastname@example.org
Freight & Handling
Website orders for printed books within Australia are charged $6.25 per order. Orders are delivered via courier. If you provide a PO Box address your order will be sent via express post.
There are no delivery charges for website orders for ebooks/obooks.
Freight and handling for email and phone orders within Australia and New Zealand is $12.50, unless otherwise specified.
If purchasing from overseas freight and handling will be quoted along with details of your delivery and payment requirements.
Oxford University Press will accept the return of goods purchased on a cash sale basis within fourteen days of purchase. The goods must be in mint condition, and any plastic wrapping must be intact. Such items as CD-ROMs, audio cassettes, redeemed online access codes and videos cannot be returned.
Oxford University Press must be notified of damaged or faulty goods within fourteen days of purchase.
Email your details, including your invoice number, to email@example.com for a full refund or replacement.
Delivery turnaround times
If you have ordered using a street address the order will be delivered by courier. The turnaround times vary from state to state. If you have ordered using a PO Box address these orders will be sent via Australia Post which is only dispatched twice a week.
Please note our courier delivery times, including packing and dispatch from our warehouse, are as follows:
Opening a credit account
How do I open a credit account?
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Please note: our terms of trade are thirty days, and you must have a minimum annual turnover of $2000.00.
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Downloading a file
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Submitting a proposal to Primary or Secondary
If you have a publishing idea and would like to know how to present it to the Oxford Primary or Secondary Divisions, please read the guidelines below on how to submit a proposal.
Oxford University Press has a strong local publishing program, publishing dictionaries, textbooks, and resource books for schools.
The Primary division has a focus on publishing printed and digital product for core maths and English skills. We do not publish one-off children's books for the general market.
The Secondary Division has a focus on publishing printed and digital resources for English, Science, History, Geography, Mathematics, Health and Food Technology, Business and Legal.
Please mail your submission to:
Primary Division or Secondary Division
Oxford University Press
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Or email your submission to:
Guidelines for submitting a publishing proposal
Your proposal should include:
Contact details – your name, work and home address, email address, and telephone and facsimile numbers.
Curriculum vitae – your academic qualifications, current position, relevant past positions, and previous publications or an updated version if you have already published with OUPANZ.
Rationale – a brief statement of the aims and approach of your proposal.
Market – identify the course and year level for the material.
Provide details of any syllabus change relevant to your proposal.
Competition information – identify the current resources and indicate how your approach and content compares with them.
Table of contents.
Sample chapter – modelling the chapter structure for the book.
Ancillary material – outline your ideas and expectations for any additional materials that will help promote and sell the material, such as web support, teacher resources, study guides, and digital content.
Oxford University Press Australia and New Zealand is committed to high quality local publishing, seeking
to excite and interest students, while offering them access to the world’s best research and content. For more information for both prospective and contracted authors please email us.
English Language Teaching
As a world leader in ELT publishing, Oxford University Press provides an unrivaled range of resources for all learners of English. For more information for both prospective and contracted authors click here.
Leading the way in publishing, research and design, Oxford University Press is committed
to raising the benchmark in Education Publishing in Australia. Consistent with our commitment to equal
opportunity, our recruitment practices aim to appoint the best candidate for all opportunities
within our organisation. We seek to recruit people who share our values and who will contribute
to our success. We are committed to promoting and maintaining a culture of equality and diversity and
we respect the knowledge, skills and experience that each individual brings to their work here.
We are committed to the development of our employees and giving them the best support possible.
All applications received are kept strictly confidential and candidate information is not passed on to any person not involved in the recruitment and selection process.
To apply for any of the below vacancies, or to submit an expression of interest, please forward a cover letter and your resume to the HR Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are no current vacancies, please check back regularly.
OUPANZ accepts practical placement/work experience applications from students. Such applicants must be from current university, TAFE or private college where the work experience/practical placement is a component of their course. OUPANZ does not accept applications from people who are seeking voluntary work experience or unpaid work in order to gain entry/experience into the publishing industry.
Approval of the application will be dependent on the resources available and the department's workload at the time.
Please forward all queries and/or applications to the HR Manager at email@example.com
Oxford University Press is happy to accept applications of interest in freelance work, including proofreading, editing or graphic design. Any such applications will be kept on file for up to one year, should a suitable vacancy arise. Please note that we do have a current list of freelancers, therefore you may only be contacted should a suitable vacancy arise.
Please forward applications to the HR Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Oxford University Press Australia and New Zealand (OUPANZ) is happy to provide titles in an alternative format for students with vision
impairments or print disabilities.
If you require an electronic copy of one of our titles, please read our conditions below and fill in the Accessibility Request Form. Students requiring files will
need to contact their campus disability unit, who will request the files on their behalf.
We will respond to your request promptly and endeavour to supply your files as soon as possible, however please note that in some instances, it may take up to 4 weeks to process.
Please read our conditions below prior to submitting your request.
OUP ANZ conditions for fulfilment of electronic requests:
The Student, University, College or School has purchased a print copy of the OUPANZ Material.
The permission is limited to the Students and cannot be extended to other students or any external persons.
Electronic copies may be created and stored on a computer system for as long as is required to allow alternative formats, suitable for use by the Students, to be created. They may not be made accessible or passed on to a third party or posted on an Intranet, in newsgroups, or on the Internet.
If you permit a student to directly use the electronic version of the OUPANZ Material, the file shall be copy-protected or you must take precautions to ensure that the student does not copy or distribute electronic versions of the OUP Material.
The original electronic copy may only be lent or given away with written approval of OUPANZ. In such an event, any accessible copies and associated electronic files must be deleted or transferred with the original copy.
The OUPANZ Material cannot be adapted, edited, altered, amended or distorted in any way, other than to enable full access, without our written permission.
Any moral rights the author may have in the work must be respected, and the copyright will remain with the copyright holder.
We are only able to provide files for titles published by OUPANZ. We will help facilitate requests for titles published by other OUP branches.
We are only able to provide texts in PDF.
Not all titles are available in our archives.
Click here to request electronic files with our Accessibility Request Form.
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