URJe Journal

URJe The Undergraduate Research Journal is a multi-disciplinary, refereed annual publication for undergraduate research and creative works. It is managed and published jointly by the Office for Undergraduate Research and the Main Library at The American University in Cairo, located in New Cairo. 

URJe is committed to showcasing student works of inquiry and investigation in a variety of genres – research articles, essays, case studies, reviews, creative writing, documentaries, entrepreneurial proposals, .pdfs of poster presentations and audio/visual recordings of various artistic forms of expression.  

The URJe editorial board, consisting of faculty members from different disciplines, reviews all submissions and publishes a selection of works that make an original intellectual or creative contribution at a high level of scholarship and expression.

URJe is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. 

ISSN: 2356-8976

 

Submission for Publication

To submit a piece for publication, please visit http://urje.aucegypt.edu  

  • Register to create an account on the website
  • log in
  • Read the Policies and Submission Guidelines 
  • Submit your work. 

Guidelines for Evaluating Research Papers

Appropriate for publication as is:

  • Falls within an accepted genre
  • Contains sound and significant primary research
  • Secondary sources are documented in an appropriate style
  • Well written with few errors
  • Abides by the research policies of academic integrity and Institutional Review Board (IRB) 

Appropriate for publication with revision:

  • Falls within an accepted genre
  • Contains sound and significant primary research
  • Secondary sources are documented but may need corrections
  • May need revision in organization, language, mechanics and/or some content 
  • Abides by the research policies of academic integrity and IRB

 

Inappropriate for publication:

  • May not fall within an accepted genre
  • Primary research may not be extensive or sound enough
  • May need extensive revision in content, organization, language, mechanics and/or documentation
  • Violates the research policies of academic integrity and IRB