European Centre for Excellence
European Centre for Excellence (ECE), United Kingdom, is an independent organisation run by scholars hub worldwide with its centre in the United Kingdom. Scholars hub is the parent body for the European Centre for Excellence Journal (ECE Journals) publications. ECE promote the quality publication of peer-reviewed and refereed international journals from diverse fields in sciences, engineering and technologies that emphasises new research, development and their applications.
ECEJ has been at the forefront and currently one of the world’s most-cited and comprehensive multidisciplinary scientific journals, publishing numerous research papers annually. The centre is built on her research insight and passion working with the global academic community to promote scholars research contributions to the world.
European Centre for Excellence Journals published papers in all fields including economics & Finance, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Chemistry, English Language and Inter-Continental Studies, Agricultural Sciences, Computer Science, Nanotechnology & Nanoscience, Business & Management, Architectural Design and Management, Biological Sciences / Life sciences, Physics and Mathematical Sciences, General Science and Engineering, Social Sciences and Humanities, Natural Sciences, Formal Sciences, Basic and Applied Research.
As ECE continues to grow in the promotion of research insight and emerging knowledge, it now delivers support and services to researchers and teachers worldwide. ECE provides a variety of programs to support and promote education, research development, and scientific publishing in partnership with research organisations, universities, international institutions and research agencies.
European Centre for Excellence strives to publish only the highest quality scientific research, and papers undergo rigorous peer review and approved by Scholars hub board of editors before publication. Our mobile-friendly websites offer easy access to scientific and academic journals.
Submissions are accepted from all researchers worldwide.