The University of Oxford is the oldest university in the English-speaking world and the second oldest functioning university anywhere. Scholars and leaders, the alumni of Oxford over the centuries, have included some of the most outstanding personages in the history of the world. The name of Oxford has been and remains synonymous with the highest levels of educational and academic excellence. The University has always sought to be at the forefront of learning, teaching, and research.
On the 6th of November 2012, the Oxford University Press Pakistan Museum and Archives opened its doors to the world. The launch of the Museum was part of OUP Pakistan’s 60 years’ celebrations and what better way to commemorate history than to launch the Museum and Archives to honour that very history.
Want to see if we are actually saying the truth when we say we have been publishing since 1952? So then take the time out and come see out File Copy Room, where a record has been maintained of more or less every single book that has ever been published by the Oxford University Press Pakistan.
On 29th November 2012, students of Fahim’s School System (Senior Girls) visited the OUP Pakistan Head Office. Around 70 students along with their teachers spent 4 hours, visiting the various departments and learning about their working techniques and visiting the Museum, thus making them our first official school visit. Continue reading…
…Following the immense interest generated by the Oxford University Pakistan (OUPP) Museum and Archives in the branch’s head office, a mobile version has been developed for exhibitions and public forums to raise awareness of OUP’s rich heritage across Pakistan.