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Journals

  • Sustainability Letters

    With the aim of facilitating fast publication of important results, the journal only accepts short papers of between 3,500 to 6,000 words (including references, tables, and figures*). Our interest is in novel contributions to the existing literature. Submitted papers need to be succinctly written and need to clearly articulate contributions to the current state of the literature as well as practical implications of the research. Research questions need to be robustly founded within a theoretical framework, and efforts need to be made to demonstrate robustness of results.


     


    The journal contains several sections, each represented by their own editorial boards that are in close contact with the managing editors of the journal. We detail sections and topics covered within the sections below. When submitting to the journal, please select the appropriate section for the paper to be considered under.


     


    *Every figure/table accounts for 250 words.

  • MaRBLe

    The Maastricht Research Based Learning for Excellence programme facilitates the development of research projects for highly motivated and excellent undergraduate students.

  • The Maastricht Journal of Liberal Arts

    The Maastricht Journal of Liberal Arts (MJLA) is a peer-reviewed journal which encourages and rewards excellence in bachelor research. The articles are carefully selected from a large number of submissions and represent the best research conducted by University College Maastricht (UCM) students. The topics tackled in the published papers are wide ranging, as is to be expected of a multi disciplinary journal and their scope and methodologies reflect the different disciplines studied at the college.


     

  • Maastricht University Journal of Sustainability Studies

    The Green Office is a student-driven and staff-supported university department that is responsible for managing Maastricht University’s sustainability portfolio. Green Office initiates and coordinates sustainability projects at Maastricht University by empowering students and staff members.

  • Maastricht Student Journal of Psychology and Neuroscience

    The Maastricht Journal of Psychology and Neuroscience (MSJPN) aims to stimulate both bachelor and master students of our faculty in their academic education and, furthermore, provide a platform to publish both empirical work and reviews. Every year, one volume including the best papers is published.