Journal of Comparative and International Education
The Journal of Comparative & International Higher Education is the official journal of the HESIG. HESIG supports development, analysis, and dissemination of theory-, policy-, and practice-related issues that influence higher education. Accordingly, JCIHE publishes work from the complementary fields of comparative, international, and development education addressing these issues.
JCIHE is proud to announce our partnership with Open Journals in Education (OJED). Please visit the new platform at www.ojed.org/jcihe to submit manuscripts or to register as a peer reviewer. OJED is a Gold Open Access platform, and all articles in JCIHE will now receive a DOI number and will be cross-listed in the EBSCOHOST database, GoogleScholar and CiteFactor, to maximize article discoverability and citation.
HESIG invites all members to be a regional editor and/or peer reviewer. Click here for more information about getting involved with JCIHE.
Submission and Review
The Editorial Board invites contributions dealing with the complementary fields of comparative, international, and development education and that relate to the development, analysis, or dissemination of theory-, policy-, or practice-related issues that influence higher education. JCIHE publishes three volumes a year: Spring, Fall, and Winter. The Winter Issue also contains a Graduate Student Work-in-Progress Section. Article submissions are accepted on a rolling basis and the Graduate Student submissions are due annually on October 15.
Research Article: 2,500 - 3,500 word manuscript.
Comparative Analysis: 750 - 1,000 word manuscript that examines current policies related to higher education institutional policy.
Graduate Student Research-in-Progress: 500 - 1,000 word manuscript that shares new research that will help to set the tone for current and emerging issues in the field.
Electronic submissions are accepted on an on-going basis through the OJED platform. Manuscripts are evaluated through a double-blind peer review process, and then accepted, returned for further revisions, or rejected.