About ARCNetwork

Africa Research Corps Network (ARCN), is an independent organisation run by scholars mainly in the Africa. The Centre consists of both researchers in specific fields and multidisciplinary researchers of long-standing and emerging knowledge. The number of outstanding researchers at ARCN has contributed to a wide range of research and development interests.

Members of ARCN, want to foster interdisciplinary as well as international perspectives on the various research areas that they engage with, such as business and management, agriculture, engineering and technology, health, and humanities and social sciences. To this end, several new international journals were founded by the Centre, with the aim of fostering international research projects and disseminating multidisciplinary research.

As ARCN continues to grow, it now delivers support and services to researchers and teachers in the UK, and around the globe. ARCN provides a variety of programs to support and promote education, research development, and scientific publishing in partnership with research organisations, universities, international institutions and research agencies.

Aims of ARCN

  • Provide a multidisciplinary platform for scientific publishing
  • Engage in emerging areas of scientific research
  • Provide a wide range of development opportunities for early researchers
  • Provide training opportunities designed to meet teachers’ needs
  • Provide an opportunity for international educators and researchers to meet and network on a regular basis