February 19, 2018: ‘n+i’ consortium today announced its new partnership with Enago, a leading author service provider that specifically caters to the large section of the global research community for whom English is a second language (ESL).
‘n+i’, a not-for-profit consortium links together 50+ Graduate Engineering Schools and specialised training programmes in all areas of engineering. The ‘n+i’ consortium represents more than 30,000 student engineers and 250 research laboratories spread over 40 cities and 18 regions of France. It is also currently the largest engineering network in France that strives to help science and engineering students and young engineers wishing to pursue their Masters or PhD education in France.
“With a special emphasis on training for engineers aiming at an international career, we have created a complete suite of programmes (collectively known as the path to success).’One such programme is ‘FIER-DOC French Innovative Experience in Research’ intended for candidates who are pursuing or completed their Master’s degree and want to eventually to pursue on a doctoral thesis to attain a PhD,” explained Georges Santini, Executive Director, n+i consortium. He added, “We recognize the importance of internationalisation and the increased role of advanced higher education in publishing cutting-edge research results from across the globe. And for this reason, we are extremely pleased that this partnership with Enago will not only increase our support for our students but also give all our young engineers a truly unique and international research experience in France.”
“We are very pleased to collaborate with ‘n+i’ consortium and facilitate its ‘path to success’ research training initiatives. Through this collaboration, Enago will play an instrumental role in helping young engineering researchers for the preparation and submission of a perfect research manuscript. Having easy access to the manuscript preparation services provided by Enago will not only accelerate the process of publishing high-impact research but also ensure that specific author needs are taken care of during the editorial process,” added Rajiv Shirke, VP Global Operations, Enago.
For more details, please visit: https://enago.com/nplusi
Enago is the trusted name in author services for the global research community. Since 2005, Enago has worked with 100,000+ researchers in 125+ countries in improving the communication of their research and helping them to achieve success in international publication. Enago Academy, the educational arm of Enago, addresses emerging needs of early-stage researchers by providing publication-intensive training resources via different digital platforms and onsite workshops. Enago is the preferred partner for leading academic publishers, societies, and universities worldwide. Enago has offices in Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Istanbul, and New York, and operates globally with regional teams supporting researchers locally.
To learn more about Enago, please visit www.enago.com