Free Access to General English and Exam Prep Online Courses during COVID-19

To support the widespread need to move towards online English Language Teaching, we’re offering you and your students FREE 60-day Online Access to our most popular General English and Exam Preparation courses.
This includes access to Students’ and Teachers’ E-texts and MyEnglishLab online content to support you in making the transition to deliver your courses remotely.

Courses for preparing learners for their exams:

Gold First and Advanced

Gold First and Advanced

This helps you prepare learners online for their Cambridge English exams with complete graded preparation, vocabulary practice and carefully staged exam tasks.

Expert IELTS

Expert IELTS

Trains students in all parts of the IELTS test, improving their scores and building language proficiency.

To get free access for your students to Gold First, Advanced or Expert IELTS MyEnglishLab or eText complete this form and you will be sent your access code entitling you to 60 days free access.
Cutting Edge 3rd edition eBook is now available. Please complete the form to order.

Courses for teaching General English:

Roadmap

Roadmap

Roadmap is a new, eight-level general English course focused on helping students communicate. Levels A2-B2+ out now (A1 and C1 coming 2021).

Speakout (2nd edition)

Speakout (2nd edition)

Speakout is an award-winning eight-level, General English course, that includes video content from the BBC, helping you to engage learners and develop all four core skills.

Cutting Edge

Cutting Edge (3rd edition)

Cutting Edge is a six level course with a task-based approach. Using real-life functional language they will encounter in everyday life, learners are able to progress quickly.

To get free access for your students to Roadmap, Speakout or Cutting Edge MyEnglishLab or eBook complete this form and you will be sent your access code entitling you and your students to 60 days free access.

This offer is open to UK and Ireland Institutions only. 

Teachers should create a class in MEL before sending codes to students. Students should be reminded to join their teacher’s class rather than sign up in self-study mode.

Please email us should you require a new teacher code for MEL. 

Free resources

We also have regular webinars and a plethora of articles to support you with teaching your students remotely.