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Submitting a proposal to Primary
    If you have a publishing idea and would like to know how to present it to the Oxford Primary Division, 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 We do not publish one-off children's books for the general market.

    Please mail your submission to:

    Primary Division
    Oxford University Press
    253 Normanby Road
    South Melbourne
    Victoria, 3205

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.





Submitting a proposal to Secondary
    If you have a publishing idea and would like to know how to present it to the Oxford Secondary Division, 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 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:

    Secondary Division
    Oxford University Press
    253 Normanby Road
    South Melbourne
    Victoria, 3205

    Or email your submission to: writesec.au@oup.com

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.





Higher Education
    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 click here.




    Submitting a proposal to Academic, Professional & General
      Please see the individual departments elsewhere in this table.
      Please note that Oxford University Press is obliged by its charter to have all books published by us ratified by the University. We don't as a rule publish works of fiction, unless it forms part of an educational course or examination.

    Children's & Reference Books
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Medicine
    Music
    Science