Peer Review Process

1- Two reviewers are selected for the paper, one is inside the college (internal) and the other is outside (external).

2- The researcher receives the response of the reviewers (the evaluation, the paper and the attached report, (if applicable)).

3- If the reviewers respond by accepting, the paper is accepted for publication and two letters of acceptance are extracted in Arabic and English.

4- If the reviewers respond by refusing, the paper will be rejected without a refund of the published fees.

5- If one of the two reviewers refuses and the other accepts, a third reviewer shall be chosen to separate, following the opinion of the other reviewers, depending on the researcher's desire.


 The Author Submit his research article through our journal’s online submission system. He will need to register for an account to do this.

Once his account is set up, he will need to continue the submission process.


 The paper will then be checked by the journal Editor to see if it fits with the aims and scope of the journal.

If ok, it will enter it into a rigorous, double-blind peer review process which considers the quality, originality, approach and clarity of the paper.


 Once the reviewers (from two to three reviewers) have reviewed the manuscript, they will make one of the following recommendations:

• Accept • Minor revisions • Major revisions • Reject The final decision will be decided by the Editor.

Reviewer feedback on the paper will be provided to the corresponding author


The author will receive an email from the Editor containing the final decision.

If the author is asked to make revisions, he has two weeks to resubmit for minor revisions, and three weeks resubmit for major revisions.

Once he has resubmitted his paper, it will be reassigned to the same reviewers if they to check whether their comments have been addressed.

If sufficient improvements have been made, the paper will be accepted. If not, he may be asked to perform multiple revisions or have his paper refused