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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The final chapter will be formatted in the Chapter Template.docx submission template (link below)
  • The final chapter will be 5,000 words including references.
  • The submission includes up to 150 word abstract and 5-7 keywords.
  • The submission indicates that the Institutional Review Board (IRB) human subjects approval was secured, or explains why it was not required;
  • The submission adheres to APA 7th stylistic and bibliographic requirements.
  • The submission includes a short bio at the end of the document.
  • All text, figures or tables reproduced from another publication include acknowledgment of the source and permission clearance from the copyright holder.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it under consideration elsewhere.

Author Guidelines

Routledge Studies in Global Student Mobility

Series Editors

Krishna Bista, Morgan State University
Chris R. Glass, Old Dominion University

Submission Template

All authors must download and use the Chapter Template.docx to submit their manuscript in this formatted Word document. Submissions that do not use this template will be returned to authors.

Titles in the Series

Here are the latest titles in the series. Please contact title editors (not the series editor) for the status of your chapter. 

Intersectional Identities (reviewing full chapters)

Authors must have abstracts which have been already previously approved by Guest Editors (Charles Mathies and Katie Koo) in order to make a submission to this book.

COVID-19 and Global Higher Education (Completed)

Online teaching and learning in higher education during COVID-19: International perspectives and experiences

International Student Mobility in the Middle East (Completed)

International Student Mobility to and from the Middle East: Theorizing Public, Institutional, and Self-Constructions of Cross-Border Students

Edited by Aneta Hayes & Sally Findlow

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