We know it’s difficult getting published – but we also know the benefits that successful publication can bring
- Increase employability
- Gain crucial research funding
- Make a name for yourself in your specialist field
Whether you’re a first year student or a PhD candidate, we’re asking you to use research you’ve already undertaken and summarise your findings in the following format:
- Maximum of 1600 words
- All articles should be written in British English
- Your own headline – maximum 70 characters
- Articles aimed at an interdisciplinary and non-expert audience
- Acronyms should be expanded upon first use of term
- Explain anything considered industry jargon
- Articles should be written in a readable format, with clarity vitally important
- Minimal referencing, only doing so when citing published authors or published works directly (referencing style unimportant)
- Strong conclusion and suggestions for further reading
- All illustrations and diagrams must include a caption describing the image.
- Including your name, your degree course, your year of study and your university
In return, we’ll contact you either congratulating you on your submission, and the next steps, or suggesting practical tips on how to making it to publication.
Please send your submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For full Terms and Conditions, please see ‘Terms and Conditions’ at the top left corner of this website.
If you’re interested in becoming a Peer Reviewer, please visit the ‘Reviewers’ section.