Publishing Opportunities for Undergraduate Students

SciKnow Publications

SciKnow is a not-for-profit open access publisher, focusing on fostering openly shared critical information, scientific research, and dissemination of knowledge on challenging issues in the global academic community.

SciKnow provides rapid publication and publishes vigorously peer-reviewed papers covering a wide range of academic disciplines, such as: Agriculture, Architecture, Biology & Life Science, Chemistry & Materials Science, Computer Science & Communication, Earth & Environmental Sciences, Education, Law & Political Science, Medicine & Health Sciences, Physics & Mathematics, Social Sciences, Technology and Engineering. For more information, please visit

Submission Guidelines can be found here (you must create an account to submit manuscripts)

The Southern California International Review (SCIR) is the premier undergraduate research journal of international studies on the West Coast, the SCIR provides undergraduates with the opportunity to have their work seen by the International Relations community at large. Published and managed by undergraduates at USC, the Review seeks to publish academic-grade research from undergraduates around the country and the world. Each semester the Review evaluates submissions and selects up to 5 full-length works to be printed in the journal and displayed on the online edition.

Interested in getting published? We hope undergraduate scholars will consider submission of their best work to the SCIR for the upcoming issue. The journal is a great platform for students to reach a wider audience with their scholarship. To view our most recent issue and find out more, please visit


e-International Relations (e-IR) invites students of IR, Development Studies, International Law and other related fields to submit their essays for publication. e-IR is the world's leading website for students of international politics, receiving 1.5 million page views per month. Pieces written for the website have been cited by organizations including the BBC, Wall Street Journal, The Daily Beast, Foreign Policy, The Independent, NPR, and the Brookings Institution.

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