IFCU Partners With Enago to Offer Manuscript Preparation and Author Education Services
IFCU Member Universities to Benefit from Enago's English Editing and Publication Support Services
New York, NY, March 30, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Enago, an internationally trusted name in author services for the global research community, has recently signed an agreement with the International Federation of Catholic Universities (IFCU), one of the world’s largest international alliances of universities. Comprising over 200 universities throughout the globe, IFCU facilitates research, partnership and exchange programmes between Catholic institutes of education. With this agreement, Enago will provide English editing services to researchers and scientists at IFCU member universities. The resulting collaboration will see IFCU recommending Enago’s services exclusively to researchers and scientists at its member universities.
This mutual agreement will support IFCU researchers and scientists in polishing their research content. Enago provides English language editing services to researchers for whom English is not their first language, thereby improving their chances of publication in international peer-reviewed journals. With an editorial team of professional subject-matter experts, Enago is highly equipped to offer the highest standard of English editing and publication support services to IFCU researchers.
"This agreement will accelerate author access to quality editing services across the Federation. It will help us immensely in fulfilling our mission of fostering academic cooperation in the field of research. We believe that this association will empower our researchers to share their research with decision-making communities across the globe," said Montserrat Alom, Project Chief of the Centre for Coordination of Research, IFCU.
"This agreement will accelerate author access to quality editing services across the Federation. It will help us immensely in fulfilling our mission of fostering academic cooperation in the field of research. We believe that this association will empower our researchers to share their research with decision-making communities across the globe."
"Both IFCU and Enago are committed to supporting the research community, thereby fostering academic collaboration and an effective exchange of ideas. As their partner, we are delighted to provide IFCU researchers with our best-in-class editorial services to enhance the overall quality of their research output. Over the years, Enago has steadily built its credibility and reputation in delivering exceptional quality author support services to researchers worldwide. We understand completely what it takes to make a research paper “publication ready” and look forward to assisting IFCU members with our expertise," said Tony O'Rourke, who manages Strategic Alliances for Enago.
For more details please visit www.enago.com
Enago is the trusted name in author services for the global research community. Since 2005, we have worked with researchers in more than 125 countries — improved the communication of their research and helped them achieve publication success. Enago is a preferred partner for leading publishers, societies, as well as universities worldwide. We have offices in Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Istanbul, and New York. Enago operates globally with regional teams supporting researchers locally.
To learn more about Enago, please visit www.enago.com
The IFCU represents one of the largest international alliances of universities in the world, comprising over 200 universities throughout the globe. The IFUC facilitates, research, partnership and exchange programmes between catholic institutes of education. Originally created by a Papal Decree in 1948 when it was known as the Fœderatio Universitatum Catholicarum, it became the International Federation of Catholic Universities in 1965. The federation has its origins in collaboration in 1924 between the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan and the Catholic university of Nijmegen in the Netherlands. Today, the secretariat is based in Paris at the Institut Catholique de Paris.
To learn more about IFCU, please visit www.fiuc.org