English Proofread are looking for a professional, experienced freelance academic proofreader to join our team starting Monday 23rd October. If you would like to apply, please forward your CV with a covering email to email@example.com with the header ‘PROOFREADER VACANCY’ by 8am (British Summer Time) on Wednesday 18th October. Please ensure you include details of:
- Your motivation for applying;
- Your relevant experience;
- Your highest level of academic qualifications;
- The number of hours you are looking to work per week.
If you have not received a confirmation email from us by 2pm (British Summer Time) on Thursday 19th October, please assume you were not selected to continue the application process.
Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you.
Check here for a range of funding opportunities from the Economic and Social Research Council enabling individuals and groups to pursue research at a very high standard.
Universities in the UK are being challenged over marketing claims to students that they are in the “top 1%” of the world’s universities. The University of Reading is going to have to take down such a claim after a complaint to the advertising watchdog.
Our advice is the check the Times Education Supplement’s World University Rankings.
This BBC documentary highlights the huge problem of those companies offering essay and dissertation writing services. The services they offer are PLAGIARISTIC and should NEVER be engaged. English Proofread is a professional academic proofreading company and as opposed to those companies offering rewriting, essay writing or editing services, it is imperative that we retain the integrity and meaning of the original copy sent to us and as such our proofreaders are specifically instructed not to arbitrarily edit or rewrite the copy sent to them for proofreading.
English Proofread’s second vlog is here on ‘spoonerisms’ and we hope you find it amusing! Feel free to comment, like and share.
English Proofread is venturing into VLOGGING!
Here is the first of a series of short vlogs exploring interesting and quirky areas of the English language. Feel free to comment, like and share. We hope you like it! 🙂
The Qatar National Research Fund have a substantial list of research collaboration opportunities – it could be you they are looking for!
Download this Science Europe report from a pan-European association of research funders and institutions offering some pointers about what to expect and look for in postdoctoral funding programmes across the continent.
This site by Exam English (click here) provides a series of tests designed to improve your knowledge of academic English using the Academic Word List (AWL) – an extremely valuable tool for all students and researchers.