Author Guidelines

What Licence Does Journal of Educational Studies Use?
Journal of Educational Studies is an open-access journal. All articles are published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

What Types of Papers Does Journal of Educational Studies Publish?
Papers submitted for publication in Journal of Educational Studies must be original and unpublished. The manuscript should have between 5,000 and 8,000 words. The journal publishes only in English. If English is not your native language, ensure that your paper has been proofread before submission. We encourage authors to submit one of the following journal articles: empirical studies, literature reviews, methodological articles, case studies, book reviews, comments, viewpoints, and replies on previously published articles. The following percentages will be met in the selection and publication of articles: research - at least 85%, revision - maximum of 10%, other types of articles - maximum of 10%.

Where Do I Send My Paper?
All submissions must be sent by e-mail at

What Documents Should I Send?
The document will follow the journal's template, that can be downloaded from here. The manuscript will contain the paper’s title, an abstract of 100–160 words, a list of 3–6 keywords or short phrases, and the paper’s content. The content should have the following sections: Review of literature, Methodology (objectives, hypotheses, variables, methods, tools, population), Results, Discussions, and Conclusions. 

How Should I Format My Paper?

  1. The actual paper should be in an editable digital format, preferably Microsoft Word.
  2. Articles must be written with Times New Roman 10 points, single space, justified.
  3. The title of the body text sections will be aligned to the left, with bold letters and numbered in Arabic numbers. The other sections (Tables, Figures, and Appendices) will be inserted at the end of the article, after the references, and will have the same style as the body of the text.
  4. The style of the journal conforms to the APA style as presented in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th ed. (2020).
  5. Put all tables and figures at the end of the manuscript, following the references. Endnotes should not be used.
  6. All references cited in the text must be included in the reference list at the end of the manuscript, and every reference in the list must be cited in the text.
  7. It is recommended to use a reference manager (e.g., Zotero, Citavi, Bookends, Endnote, etc., or the function provided by Microsoft Word to format the references correctly).
  8. Tables submitted as pictures are not editable and should not be included. Please indicate the source when a table is not original and presents information from another source. Refer to each table in the text.
  9. Provide high-quality figures like graphs, charts, maps, drawings, or photographs. Refer to each figure in the text. Please indicate the source when a figure is not original and presents information from another source.