As a member of the Swiss Institute of Management and Innovation, the Academic Journal of Switzerland (AJS) is proud to have a qualified faculty instructional team and scientific committee with diverse specialities. AJS’s lecturers hold Doctorate degrees and above with extensive experience in conducting in-depth speciality research.
The London Academy of Sciences also supplements the Academic Journal of Switzerland instructors, and the language support system is supported by London Language College.
Standards of AJS Instructors
From Doctorate Degree and above
Members of the AJS scientific committee must have a Doctorate Degree and above. Preference will be given to candidates who already have PostDoc.
Mentoring at least 3 postgraduate students
After graduating doctorate, you have to guide at least 3 postgraduate students. Research articles must be published in ISI/SCOPUS journals.
Have published research on ISI/Scopus
You must have a scientific article published in ISI/SCOPUS journals, which is in accordance with your graduate speciality.
Doctorate degree must be in accordance with your speciality
The researches you guide must be the field of PhD or PostDoc that you graduated with.
More than 81
research supervisorsin 16 specialized research fields
E.A.R.S supervisory model
The research supervisors of the Academic Journal of Switzerland will be eligible to supervise the PhD and PostDoc fellows of SIMI. We applied the E.A.R.S model:
- Educator: Educate the research methodology, standards and requirements, deadlines, sources of funding, etc., of the research based on the AJS and SIMI requirements.
- Advisor: provide advice and guidance to help researcher keep their research on track, but the responsibility for developing work rests with the researcher.
- Report: Work close with the researcher to report the research progress and report possible problems with SIMI during the supervisory.
- Standards: Make sure the research meet the research methodology, standards and requirements, deadlines.