Welcome to our website!
Journal of Cambridge Studies (JCS) was established in 2005 by Chinese scholars in the University of Cambridge, UK. It was originally intended to promote Chinese higher education by introducing latest education research from across the world. Over the past two years, JCS has undergone steady development and has gained increased recognition in the field. Along with this development has seen a gradually expanding scope of the Journal. This has brought JCS to cover a wide range of disciplines- sociology, psychology, economics, etc., within the framework of educational research.
In 2008, the development of JCS is expected to be even more exciting with its free online access and its ever-growing pool of experts. At the same time, in response to the growing needs of scholars whose interests lie in closely related fields, JCS intends to broaden its scope and seeks to incorporate more discussion of development related topics. With a vision of interdisciplinary communication, JCS welcomes broad comparative and transnational studies as well as essays emanating from fine-grained cultural, economical, or historical research. Education will remain the most highlighted focus area. We hope that by doing so, JCS will help promote more meaningful international cooperation among scholars from different disciplines and shed lights on a wide range of development issues from diverse angles.
We are very excited about the prospect of continuing the past successes of the Journal and we will work to expand its scope, readership and influence among scholars from different disciplines both at home and abroad. Finally, we invite those who share our vision to work together. We encourage and welcome your submissions to Journal of Cambridge Studies in 2008!
On behalf of JCS Editorial team 2008