Publishing a manuscript can be a complicated process, but Enago can simplify it for you. We offer high-quality editing by native English-speaking subject experts to enhance your chances of publication success. Our experts will assist you at each stage of your publication journey and ensure that your manuscript adheres to your desired journal's guidelines. You can leverage the benefits provided by Enago's end-to-end author support services in order to save valuable time and effort and get published in international journals. Getting published in high-impact factor journals will also help increase your university’s research output and impact.
Researchers and faculty staff can choose from 2 levels of editing services
Enago’s Copyediting service is designed for researchers who require a 100% Language Accuracy on their manuscripts. This two-stage process, carried out by an expert editor and proofreader, covers everything from spelling and grammar to accuracy, including adherence to journal guidelines.
Substantive Editing, Enago’s premium service, focuses both on the English language and on overall presentation, logical flow and structure. It is matched with our highest ranking and most experienced academic editors, and offers additional quality assurances including 365 days unlimited editing.
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End-to-end support by Enago to make your manuscript ready for publication.
Researcher submits manuscript for editing
Enago edits and delivers paper to researcher
Researcher reviews file & discusses under Enago’s Q&A service
Enago edits as required & delivers publication-ready manuscript
Researcher submits manuscript to journal
Researcher receives reviewer comment
Researcher submits any edits to Enago under manuscript insurance
Enago edits and delivers publication-ready manuscript
Enago’s academic publication support packages offer timely assistance every step of the way. From helping you select the right journal to assisting you in writing a compelling cover letter.
Participate in academic workshops designed to support early-stage researchers and faculty staff.