Proposals and applications

Research funding applications and book proposals are the lifeblood of academic research, and they often need to be submitted in English. This is far too important to be left to chance: poor grammar, syntax and spelling can leave the application judges with a poor impression of your proposal. This is where we can help. We have extensive experience assisting academics to prepare these documents, giving you the best chance of securing the support your hard work deserves.

Articles, chapters and papers

One reason publishers reject articles and book proposals is the standard of English. You’ve spent weeks, months even years doing the research, and then many more hours marshalling the sources and detailing your argument and conclusions. Then comes the time to share your work with others, whether at a conference or seminar or in a peer-reviewed journal or book. This is where we come in. We can translate the fruits of your labour and prepare the text for submission to the conference organisers or publishers, giving you the best possible chance of seeing it in print.

Not only can we translate your text, we can also prepare graphics and tables, indexes and table of contents. With our desktop publishing (DTP) services, we can also layout anything from short articles to entire books and deliver the camera-ready PDF or INDD files to you. Click here to find out more.