EducateUK is a global education journal, distributed to academic, industry leader and students. It supports BITE’s Higher Education (HE) aspirations and how it can help bridge the gap in HE between developed and developing.

Educate UK—HE Review Journal

Aim

The main aim of Educate UK is to provide a platform to advance trans-disciplinary knowledge and highlight and discuss the main issues arising in the higher education sector.

About Educate UK

Educate UK is an international and scholarly e-Journal offering fresh perspectives and different points of view on a range of topics directly or indirectly related to higher education. Educate UK welcomes the contribution from academia, research, business, and industry. Educate UK also welcomes and encourages research papers from young researchers and PhD scholars to enable them to communicate their knowledge and share their findings with the world. It provides a platform  to publish  research articles, survey articles, technical  reports, reviews, and summaries in a range of higher education fields but mainly in the fields of science, technology, engineering, business, humanity, medical science, arts and fashion and social media.

Target Audience

Academicians, research scholars, University Deans, heads of departments, policy makers, recruitment agencies, home and international students and industry professionals.

Submitting the Manuscript

Researchers and contributors can submit their original manuscripts at any time to get published in the next available edition of the Journal. Contributors should ensure that they obtain proper permission for the use of any copyrighted materials in the manuscript.

The manuscript can be submitted through any of the following emails with subject line “Manuscript Educate UK”

submiteducateuk@bite.ac.uk

jameel@bite.ac.uk



Editor in chief                 
Prof  M Farmer

Co-Editor                          Mr Jameel Qadri

Frequency                        Monthly, with effect from March 2018

Online Circulation            100,000 (approx.)