Research

Academy of Global Education (AGE) perceives its mission as providing its programs in an academic setting that fosters excellence in innovative learning and scientific research we have taken a leap towards the research. Therefore, AGE strives toward developing strong-grounded research culture within and outside the organization, and encouraging research activities with prospective partners. Toward this goal, AGE has taken a number of initiatives; to oversee the research activities and projects, and established a Consulting Research Center to extend the expertise in medical and health sciences to private and public healthcare sectors.

AGE aims at attracting superlative candidates, and enhance their education, extend their knowledge, and enable their development of penetrating research analysis skills. Toward that end AGE will be awarding scholarships/grants to proficient specialists in their fields. Areas of available scholarship programs include: educational and clinical research.

Vision:

To be a leading national and international institution in educational and clinical research.

Mission:

To generate cutting-edge in-depth scientific research that leads to new ideas for solving problems facing society at the local, national and global level in educational, medical and healthcare system that helps improve the health of the population in an academic setting that fosters excellence in innovative learning and scientific research.

Proposal Submission:

The study proposal submission at AGE is being done through the application (link application); The submission process goes through systematic and standardized pathway where it starts from writing the study proposal & ends with IRB approval, during this process the proposal will be checked for its feasibility, plagiarism and also for scientific & ethical validity moreover, study proposals will be assessed against the declared AGE priorities, the study proposal typically goes with 5 major steps:

1. Screening (checking for duplication and assigning sequence number)
2. Preliminary evaluation (checking for completeness, quality, plagiarism)
3. Peer review (evaluation from a peer reviewer expert in the research field)
4. Research Committee review (RC reviews the proposal from scientific point of view)
5. IRB review (IRB reviews the proposal from ethical point of view)

Please contact: research@age-edu.org for all proposal-related inquiries.

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