Guideline for Authors

At Faculti we believe in research dissemination. Our mission is to improve the impact and dissemination of academic and professional advances and research in a changing world. This mission influences how we approach what we do here and what we believe is important. The Faculti Platform is an important reference tool which gives users instant access to relevant and up-to-date academic and professional research content. This continually expanding library of news, analysis, facts and figures covers a large variety of subjects including: Medicine, Education, Law, Nursing, Business, Journalism, Anthropology, Psychology, Sociology, History, Science and Math.

Faculti hosts content from across the world’s leading institutions including The United Nations, the British Parliament, Harvard University, Stanford University, MIT, Caltech, New York University, Oxford University, Cambridge University and the University of the Arts London, and leading figures from Ambassadors and Diplomats, Poet Laureates and Pulitzer Prize Winners.


We would like to invite leading academics and professionals, authors, researchers, PhD and MA students to collaborate with Faculti on new original, innovative case studies and best practices that impact.


Here are the four qualities in a pitch when we look for when evaluating what to produce:

1. Expertise

2. Evidence: Case studies must include supporting research, data and relevant examples is essential.

3. Originality: New ideas, unique argument or insights.

4. Impact: Our viewers want to understand how to apply media in a real situation, it has to impact.


Process notes for Faculti
All submissions to the web are made on spec. It’s helpful if you send us a short pitch first so that we can give you early feedback. All commissioned pieces are paid following the Faculti Contributor Policy.


Send your pitch to or pitch form below.


Thanks for considering working with us.


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