ABOUT EUROPEAN ACADEMIA JOURNALS
European Academia (EA) Journals are open access and peer-reviewed Journals, with shareholding and ownership by a Consortium of Senior Academics, Distinguished Scholars and Professors in Universities across Nigeria and numerous European Countries. All the journals are published semiannually (May and November). Nigerian Authors can pay their Article Processing Charge (APC) of N25,000 in NAIRA using Remita payment gateway or transfer from any Nigerian Bank using Mastercard/Debit Card, while Authors all over the world can submit papers and pay their Article Processing Charge of $USD50.00 using PayPal or Flutterwave payment gateways. It takes approximately four weeks for a paper to be peer reviewed before publication if accepted. It aims to promote research among African and European distinguished Academics, Scholars and Researchers in numerous disciplines including Science, Engineering, Management, Technology, Arts, Social Sciences, Medical Sciences, Business, Finance, Environmental and Development Studies. The Journal is an open access and publishes articles after they are peer reviewed and edited by finest Leading Researchers, Authors and Scholars. The Journal allows anyone in the World to adapt copy and use the work without any charge insofar as the original work and sources are cited properly.
All European Academia Journals are open access, which means that all contents are freely available without charge to the users. The users are allowed freely to read, copy, download, print, search and distribute the full text of the articles. They don’t need any prior permission from the publisher and the authors.
Open Access License
African Academics Network (AAN), the publisher of European Academia Journals, publishes its work based on open access under license Creative Commons licenses to ensure the complete open access availability of the published work.
Aims of EA Journals
EA Journals aims to promote the research work and activities of Distinguished Scholars, Researchers and Academics in numerous disciplines including but not limited to:
- Coverage of all disciplines.
- Fast review and publication.
- To provide immediate access.
- To provide higher and international visibility.
- To give foot review.
- To provide easy tracking.
- To ensure online submission of manuscripts.
- To ensure high quality research in all disciplines.
Benefits of publishing with EA Journals
- Indexed by Scorpus and Google Scholars
- Impact Factor
- Journals are cross referenced
- Articles will be freely available without subscription or price barriers.
- Articles will be peer-reviewed and published on semi-annually basis.
The following is a list of the journals currently published by Southern Africa Network journals.
European Academia Journals do not collect information from non-registered users. The data collected from registered users of this journal falls within the scope of the standard functioning of peer-reviewed journals. It includes information that makes communication possible for the editorial process; it enables collecting aggregated data on submissions and publications, as well as tracking geopolitical and social elements of scholarly communication. This journal’s Editorial Team uses this data to guide its work in publishing and improving this journal. Data that will assist in developing this publishing platform may be shared with its developer Public Knowledge Project in an anonymised and aggregated form, with appropriate exceptions such as article metrics. The data will not be sold by this journal or PKP nor will it be used for purposes other than those stated above.
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