African – British Journals is an academic publisher of peer-reviewed open access journals . It also publishes academic books and conference proceedings. African – British Journals currently publishes over 30 open access journals covering a wide range of academic disciplines including; Business & Management, Education & Linguistics, Social Sciences & Humanities, Engineering, Science & Technology, Biology & Medicine, Agriculture and Scientific Matters.
We are commitment towards open access knowledge sharing and innovative publishing methods. We are a low cost high impact factor academic publisher.
Prospective authors/researchers should explore our websites to know more about author guidelines, article template, journal list. We adopt standard peer-review process (1 week of acceptance notification) while adhering to high quality publication standards.
Partnerships and Collaborations African – British Journals works in close collaboration with academic, universities, research institutions, enterprise, corporate organizations, associations and agencies around the world. We encourages original contributions in Applied Research, Critical Reviews, Empirical Papers, Case Studies, Analytical Papers, Review Papers, Survey Papers, Previously Published Papers in Conferences, Dissertation Chapters, Thesis Publication (MBA / M.Sc / Ph.D) etc. Papers reviewed and accepted for publication in any of our journals are published in electronic form. All journals are available for free download online.
Research and Award African – British Journals is actively supporter of research and education worldwide with a number of awards and research grants. See list of Awards.
What We Do
Academic and Scientific Journal Publishing
Publication of Academic Books and Conference Proceedings
Academic Research Promotion Services and Support Programmes
Designing of School Websites, Faculty and Departmental Journal Websites and University Repository
Organizing Academic Conferences and Workshops
Provide Research Training Programmes Designed to Meet Lecturers’ Needs
Promote International Networks in Science and Research (Research Forum)
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