Virtus InterPress

Article processing charge

Article processing charge

We do not charge any submission fees. The payment is made by the authors only after their papers are accepted by reviewers and the Editor-in-Chief for publishing in the journal. Therefore, if the paper is rejected, the authors HAVE TO PAY NOTHING.

The author of accepted papers who intend to proceed to publication of their paper in the Journal will be asked to cover the costs connected to the publication of the paper by paying the article processing charge (APC).

The APC is EURO 380. This charge aims to cover the costs of taking a manuscript and turning it into a finished paper.

Please, note, when a manuscript is submitted, it is processed through the many different teams at Virtus Interpress:

  • The editorial screening team, who perform initial technical and ethical checks (including Editors and Editorial Assistants).
  • The executive editorial team, responsible for coordinating the review process with the journal’s Editorial Board and external reviewers.
  • The editorial quality assurance team, responsible for a final check to ensure that the manuscript and its review process meet the journal’s policies and specific guidelines before paper acceptance.
  • The production team, converting the manuscript to a journal style typeset paper.
  • The proofing team, managing the proofing process.
  • The indexing and archiving team, managing with relevant index and archiving services related to the particular journal.
  • The support team, involved in answering any questions throughout the publishing.

All teams, mentioned above, work with our marketing, communications, and technical personnel to ensure your article receives the appropriate attention. Please, note, a part of APCs is reinvested into the technical systems that support these services to meet the expectations of authors, reviewers, readers and other stakeholders.

If you received instructions from the Editor to pay APC, please use this button to make the payment:

The APC is EURO 380: Inc. (Ohio, USA) is a payment facilitator for goods and services provided by

Waiver policy

After receipt of payment instructions, the author should apply to his/her institution for the funds to cover the publication fee. If the author’s institution is unable to cover the cost of publication, the author can submit a fee waiver/discount request application to the editor. The editorial team will consider each application individually and make a decision on fee waiver depending on all relevant factors.

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