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Welcome to CERJ

The Cambridge Educational Research e-Journal (CERJ) is a higher-degree graduate-led initiative based out of the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. CERJ showcases on-going and completed work from early career researchers in the field of education.

2024 Call for Reviewers

To register as a peer-reviewer for CERJ Volume 11, please complete the registration form by 31th May 2024. CERJ is committed to publishing rigorous and high-quality education research. As we strive to maintain the integrity and rigor of our publication, we rely on the expertise of peer reviewers to review the manuscripts we receive. We welcome researchers from institutions around the globe, particularly those pursuing or having completed their PhDs in education.  

2024 Registered Reviewers So Far (selected)

Professors & Lecturers: Firdevs İclal Karatas Aydın; Sumeyra Dogan Coskun; Rui Ding; Manuella Heloisa de Souza Carrijo; Rutwa Engineer; Mahati Kopparla; Jason Chan; Jerome Nketsiah; Sumeyra Dogan Coskun; Kennedy Owusu; Kevin Tai.

Completed PhD Degree or PhD Candidates: Opoku Adusei; Patrick Afful; Ibtehaj Alrushoud; Catherine Susan Fraswer-Andrews; Christopher Owu-Annan; Valentina Isadora Rivera Bravo; Jiayi Chen; Sumeyra Dogan Coskun; Yaw Efa; Zübeyde Er; Stanley Appiah Essuman; Sarah Fitri;  Ngoh Hwee Han Gwendolyn; Hiba Hamdan; Yiyi Han; Cintya Sherley Gonzales Hernández; Nermin Karademir; Yanyan Huang; Victus Kumazah; Conor Middleton; Heidy M. Perez-Cordero; Simon Qing Wei LIM; Bright Okwan; Sarah Pemberton; Lin Wai Phyo; Zutaah Puotier; Harita Pankajkumar Raval; Sarah Sharp; Girinandini Singh; Ozdemir Tiflis; Sumeyra Tutuncu; Yi Wang; Tan Yee Yin; Zitian Zeng; Jiahuan Zhang.

2024 Call For Submission

The deadline for submissions to CERJ (Volume 11) is 30th April 2024, and manuscripts can be submitted through our submission form. Submission can take the form of research notes, literature reviews, or research papers. All submissions undergo double-blind peer review. You can find out details of the submission guidelines under the submission.

We are pleased to share that, so far CERJ Vol.11 has received submissions from leading institutions worldwide such as: University of Cambridge; University of Oxford; UCLA; University of Pennsylvania; McGill University; University College London; University of Alberta; University of Nottingham; Nanyang Techological University; Hong Kong PolyU.

To find out more about the publication process, watch CERJ's Submission Workshop, where CERJ Volume 11 Editorial Board has addressed frequently asked questions from authors.

Past Volumes Archive

You can read more of our past volumes in the CERJ archive.


What past authors have to say about submitting to CERJ:

My first-ever publishing experience was with CERJ! The review and communication from the editorial team was thorough and helpful. I felt supported throughout the process and confident that my research mattered.” -- Esther Anwuzia (PhD in Education, University of Cambridge; Lecturer in Human Resources & Organisational Behaviour, Bournemouth University)

Publishing articles in CERJ is a remarkable opportunity for early career researchers in the field of education. It increased my understanding of academic publishing and supported my development within the academic communities.” -- Junlong Li (PhD in Applied Linguistics, University of Oxford)

I published my pioneering research with CERJ to raise awareness of home language maintenance among Hong Kong immigrant children in the UK. I believe that it will help drive further research and policy deliberation on this topic.” -- Hiu Ching Wong (Incoming Legal Officer at HMRC and MSc Psychology of Education, University of Bristol)

It was my first time to publish an academic journal with two peer reviews! I appreciate this experience, especially CERJ's professional and encouraging responses.” -- Anju Kinoshita, (PhD in Japanese Literature & Culture, University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Publishing with CERJ provided me with the chance to disseminate my research to a broader audience, all the while experiencing the rigorous double-blind peer-review process typical of academic journals.” -- Can Jin, (PhD in Education, University of Cambridge)

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Supporters of CERJ

CERJ would like to acknowledge the generous support of Homerton College, University of Cambridge.

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Credits: CERJ cover by Giovanna Lucci.