Translation and Content
We have no requirements for translation at this moment in time but we are always willing to hear from experienced linguists who can translate text from English to foreign languages. To be considered for future commissions, email our marketing team and submit a brief statement regarding your language/linguistic/interpretation experience along with an example work: E: email@example.com
Want to write for Oxford Summer Courses?We welcome guest posts for our blog and/or mailing list on the subject of education, university guidance, international study, student experience and teaching best practice. What we are looking for:
- – Listicles (3 Reasons/5 Mistakes/10 Secrets).
- – ‘How Tos’. A ‘How To’ needs to have clear objectives and conclusions. For example, How To Write A Course Syllabus.
- – ‘X Things I Learned From …’ articles. Have you met an influential figure within education, seen or read something that has taught you something or have you attended an industry event that has given you important insights or lessons about university education? Then we’d love to hear all about it!
- – Round Up posts. Can you “theme” a collection of links (5-20) as a useful resource for students or academics?
- – Quote posts. We all need a bit of inspiration sometimes. Quote posts about teaching and studying success can be the perfect tonic to a tough week! Rather than just a list of popular quotes, can you reflect on what a quote means – how you do this is up to you.
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- – 500-800 word-count is recommended; no minimums.
- – All submitted content must meet a sufficient level of written English in order to be accepted – we cannot commit time to editing.
- – Infographics are welcome.
- – Please send JPEGs separately if there is a specific image you want used. Please be sure you own the image, or provide a rights-free one.
- – Please email a short pitch for an article in the first instance.
- – Include details about yourself and any links to other articles you feel are appropriate.