GES has now become your exclusive outlet for Cambridge University Press ELT and its line of services includes:

  • English language textbooks for ESL and EFL schools by leading international publishers
  • General and Academic English courses by Cambridge University Press for universities and institutes in addition to a complete selection of ESP titles and Cambridge ESOL Examinations
  • Sciences and Arts textbooks based on the American, British or IB frameworks of education for English medium schools
  • Teaching resources and special materials designed by teachers for teachers
  • Reading kits, bulletin boards, supplements and leveled readers by top American publishers
  • European courses and readers for language centers that offer Spanish, Italian, French and German sessions

Through GES, you are invited to join a group of ELT activists who can properly respond to their classroom realities. Your experiences and suggestions will contribute to the development of an ELT community that can creatively teach, aspire and change.

About English Language Teaching at Cambridge University Press


Cambridge University Press ELT was established in the mid 1970s, and within thirty years has become one of the world's leading publishers of ELT material. We now account for over a quarter of Cambridge Publishing's sales revenue and over a half of all publications sold.

The quality of Cambridge's ELT list is achieved by extremely close collaboration between in-house editors, all of whom have teaching experience and qualifications, and the teaching profession. Extensive market research precedes the development of new materials which are then piloted in schools in many parts of the world. The Press has some 200 ELT editorial, production and marketing staff in its Cambridge and New York offices, and in recent years ELT publishing centres have been developed in other regions, with editorial staff in Spain, Tokyo and Brazil. Output includes not only books but CDs, videos, CD-ROMs and, increasingly, Web-based materials. ELT publications are sold to almost every country in the world, promoted by representatives based in 67 countries, and with more than 90% of sales being made outside the UK.

Cambridge ELT first earned its reputation as a publisher of materials for adults, but, in response to ever larger numbers of young children learning English around the world, the list's range is expanding. Major new additions include Kid’s Box, and forthcoming software for the interactive whiteboard, Primary i-Box and Primary i-Dictionary. The oldest Press in the world now provides for even the youngest learners.