Welcome to the UCL Press submission site.
Please register or login to submit a new manuscript to any one of UCL Press open access journals, as well as track the progress and review your submission. This submission system processes manuscripts for the following UCL Press journals:
You will find all instructions for authors, aims and scope, editorial information and policies, and contact details, on the journals homepage by following the hyperlinks above.
Articles are published on the ScienceOpen platform, you will find all UCL Press journal publications, at https://www.scienceopen.com/collection/UCLPress.
About UCL Press
Established as the UK’s first fully open access university press in 2015, UCL Press has fast become one of the leading open access scholarly publishers in the UK, publishing both traditional peer-reviewed scholarly works and innovative research outputs. We currently publish over 50 open access books a year in addition to 14 academic journals, and support UCL’s successful student journals programme.
Based at UCL, one of the world’s leading research universities, our primary outputs are scholarly monographs and edited collections, but we also publish textbooks, journals and other innovative research outputs. Our books have been accessed more than 4.5 million times by readers across the world.
UCL Press makes all its books and journals available in open access form to download freely in PDF form or read online anywhere in the world. They can be downloaded freely from UCL Press’s website or from the many other platforms where they are distributed. UCL believes in the principles of open access as the best way to solve the world’s global challenges. Find out more about open access here.
You can read more about UCL Press and its open access publication on our website, at https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ucl-press/
Information gathered when registering with this submission system is used for publication purposes, including peer-review, typesetting and copyediting and online publication at ScienceOpen (see here https://www.scienceopen.com/collection/UCLPress).