Natural, consistent, and correct English to highlight your results
Standard Editing includes:
- Editing for natural and correct language
- Consideration for a SAGE Language Services Editing Certificate
Improve the chances of having your paper accepted with Wiley’s English Language Editing service.
Every year hundreds of papers are rejected due to English language editing requirements. At Wiley we know that language shouldn’t be a barrier to getting your quality research published.
With Wiley Editing Services it needn’t be. We have hundreds of specialist researchers ready to edit your paper, all native language English speakers, with a minimum of Masters level education, at the most respected US and Ivy League Universities.
It couldn’t be simpler – just submit your manuscript, decide how quickly you need the work done, and we will do the rest.
Wiley Editing Services:
- Two levels of editing available
- Straightforward pricing structure
- Rapid turnaround times
- Technical Specialists in your subject area
- Experts based at the highest profile US universities
Our Basic Editing service provides thorough editing at superior value. Each manuscript is matched to a subject area editor who verifies that the terminology and phrasing are correct and checks for spelling and grammatical mistakes that could otherwise reduce the manuscript’s chance of acceptance.
The Wiley Advanced Editing service provides a comprehensive editing solution that includes extensive editing for language and style. An editor with subject area expertise will correct spelling, grammar, punctuation, and word use errors. We will also improve sentences that sound awkward or unnatural and provide an editing summary that provides some examples of the changes that we made.
Improve your written English: sound like a native English speaker with editing from our experts.
We can improve the language in all of your research-related documents: for example, research papers, grant proposals, theses, reports, and news articles. We also edit documents from all disciplines – from engineering and medicine to humanities and social sciences.