Information For Authors

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If you want to share your educator's experiences or your thoughts on applied ethics in higher education the Journal of Ethics in Higher Education is made for you.

We publish theoretical works by young researchers, practical insights from the administrative field, ethical reflections across cultures and religions on the aims and values of university education.

We publish articles in all areas of normative and applied ethics related to integrity and teaching.  From non-formal learning to quality assessment methods for established university administrations, the Journal is a place to reflect on lifelong learning.

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We look forward to reading you... and publishing you!


We recommend that you review the About the Journal page for the journal's section policies, as well as the Author Guidelines. Authors need to register with the journal prior to submitting or, if already registered, can simply log in and begin the five-step process. If needed the author can contact directly the Managing Editor for guidance at

Peer review 
Each original article is submitted to a peer review process. This journal is based on a peer review system by two reviewers per article, one being a PhD in the relevant discipline, but this process is not part of a double-blind process. The reviewer report, based on participative engagement and reporting, is shared with the author in order to facilitate and enhance the overall quality of the contribution. The author and reviewers understand that this review will only be shared with the Editorial team of the JEHE and the author of the article that is reviewed. An Editorial review under responsibility of the Managing Editor garantees that each original article is closely copy edited and proofread and that a plagiarism checker (TurnitIn) has been used when relevant.

Peer review process
In the spirit of trust, transparency, competency and empowerment, we ask each new author to be as well active as reviewer for an article submitted by a peer author, in the journal Issue where the author submits his/her contribution. Peer review in this form guarantees a better proximity, and mutual trust in our aim for reaching the best possible quality out of our collaboration and written works. The Editorial management team is responsible to set up and communicate about the specific document to be reviewed and provides a report template for that.