Academic publisher Emerald Group Publishing is delivering its new Research and Publishing Pathway (RPP) training program to senior MBA, PhD and early year career students at the Majlis Amanah Rakyat institute - Malay for Indigenous People's Trust Council (MARA) this week. The program, developed in response to the Malaysian government's recent commitment to invest greater resource into promoting the country's research, aims to help Malaysian academics take advantage of international publishing opportunities and increase their global impact.
Through a series of interactive workshops and one-on-one sessions, delivered by Simon Linacre, Head of Academic Relations and Services at Emerald, attendees benefit from the company's knowledge and experience as well as developing new skills and practical tools to improve their academic development and publishing potential.
Emerald's RPP training program is available to higher education institutions around the world.
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