Instructions for Authors
Articles which do not comply with these rules will be returned for correction already in the first phase of editorial work (before the review).

When submitting an article for publication in the Journal of Modern Science, the author is obliged to pay the fee within 7 days from the date of placing it in the system. The payment should be done to the publisher's account available on the journal's website –,770.html

If an invoice is required, after contacting the editorial office of the publishing house, the possibility of adding data to issue it will be made available.
Until the receipt of payment is confirmed, no publication activities will be undertaken. Failure to confirm the payment will result in the withdrawal of the work.

We publish articles in Polish in the first and third issues of the quarterly each year.
We publish articles in English in the second and fourth issues of the quarterly each year

Rules on publication
  1. The article should be sent to: . Articles cannot be sent to the editorial office of the "Journal of Modern Science" in any other form, it mans: neither by traditional mail nor by e-mail.
  2. The received article is subject to an internal review of formal and substantive issues. The copyright statement must be handwritten by all creators of the work, and the License Agreement must include the handwritten signature of at least one author. Any deficiencies in the documentation as well as non-compliance with the requirements of the journal will result in the work being sent back to the corresponding author for supplementation/correction.
  3. Each new work is verified by a professional anti-plagiarism system. High probability of plagiarism may cause the work to be withdrawn ( – WP1 > 50%, WP2 > 5%).
  4. Positive reviews determine the publication of an article in a particular issue. In the case of a large number of articles in a particular issue, the editors reserve the right to transfer the manuscript to next issues. The date of its entry in the system is an additional criterion determining the selection of a text for publication.
  5. The editors reserve the right to reject the texts and to make corrections to the accepted works.
  6. The final decision on acceptance of the work for publication, the acceptance of publication after making correction or in the case of comments as well as the decision of rejection of the work is not subject to appeal.
  7. If it is required to correct the work, the Author is obliged to make the correction in accordance with the reviewers' suggestions and to take into account any editorial comments.
  8. During the correction, the Author may not make the changes which exceed 3% of the volume of the manuscript, unless these changes have been consulted with the editors. Changes involving, among others, adding new paragraphs to the text or replacing them with new paragraphs of the text are allowed only with the consent of the editors.
  9. After making the correction, the Author is obliged to post the corrected version of the article in the Editorial system within the prescribed period.
  10. If, after two requests, the Author fails to make corrections or violates any point of this Instruction, the work will be returned to the author.
  11. The author is responsible for the technical quality (in accordance with this manual), style and grammatical correctness of the submitted text.
  12. One author's publication per year and one co-authorship per year are allowed.
  13. The author is solely responsible for the accuracy of information, opinions and statements contained in the published materials. The editors of the "Journal of Modern Science" are not responsible for the consequences of any inaccuracies.
  14. The author submitting multi-author material bears the main responsibility for the published work. It is his or her duty to disclose the contribution of individual authors to the creation of the publication. All cooperating authors are obliged to submit a written declaration on the reliability of the disclosed contribution of individual authors, in which they confirm (with a handwritten signature) that, to the best of their knowledge, the publication, in a reliable and truthful manner, marked the contribution of co-authors.
  15. The fee for the publication of the article is PLN 800, of which PLN 600 is the publication fee, which is returned to the Author if the article is rejected by the Publishing House. The amount of PLN 200 is a non-refundable fee covering the costs of the initial publication process.

Important dates of the "Journal of Modern Science":

Deadline for submission of articlesIssue numberLanguageDeadline to publish the issue of the journal
untill 31st JanuaryIssue no 1Polishuntill 30th April
untill 30th AprilIssue no 2Englishuntill 31st July
untill 31st JulyIssue no 3Polishuntill 31st October
untill 31st OctoberIssue no 4Englishuntill 31st January

Technical instruction for the authors:

vertical orientation
*.doc or *.docx
The volume of the text12000 - 30000 characters with spaces, but not more than 15 pages (with title page, an abstract, keywords, a list of literature, tables and figures);
minimum ½ publishing sheet
FontTimes New Roman
Font size11 pkt
Text alignmentaccording to the width
Automatic hyphenationno
Numeracja stronno
Numbering style in the textthe Arabic numerals only.
Figures and tablesMaximum size - 10x17 cm.
Font size - 8-11 points.
In the vertical orientation, without shading, the number and title of the above explanations and the source below.
They should fall immediately after the text in which they are mentioned for the first time, or on the next page.
All tables, figures and photographs should be created and edited in Microsoft Word format using the "Create drawing" (or "Create table")
Note:The Journal of Modern Science is printed in grayscale; posting items in color may render them unreadable when converted to grayscale.
FormulaThey should be written using the formula editor (internal formula editor in MicrosoftWordforWindows)
References in the textIn brackets the name of the author or authors, the year of publication and the pages, from which quoted or paraphrased passage were taken.
Example: (Massai, 2011, p. 238-245).
Bibliography at the end of the article.
Do not use footnotes
Number of sources usedNot less than 20.
Of these, at least 25% of the items should be from journals scored in Scopus and Web of Science.
Język artykułuEnglish, Polish, Italian, Slovak, Ukrainian, Russian

The structure of the article:

Name of itemTechnical rulesComments
The full name of the author (authors)on the left side, boldnone
Affiliation on the left sideIn English language and in article’s language
E-mail addresson the left side
Title of the articleLowercase, centred, boldIn English language and in article’s language
Abstract900-1800 characters with spaces; in English language and below in the article’s language.
The structure of abstracts
Methods: …
Abstract – it is the independent source of information.
The summary must describe the main purpose of the study, explain, without the methodological details, how the study was conducted. It must summarize the most important results and their significance.
Do not exceed 300 words.
The abstract should not include: citations, abbreviations (if possible).
Keywords5-7 wordsIn English language and below in the article’s language.
The keywords should reflect the main content of the article: the terms contained in the text, as well as terms that define the range of topics
The text of the article:
- Introduction
- Research methods
- Chapters (chapters 2-3)
- Conclusions
Introduction, Research methods, names of chapters (do not use the numbering), Conclusions – bold
Distinguish between dash (–) and a hyphen (-).
The words "ul. Sienkiewicz” use the non-breaking space (while Ctrl + Shift + Space). Abbreviations such as 70-go - hard hyphen (while Ctrl + Shift + space + hyphen).
Introduction - it is the justification for the issue of the topic, review the achievements in the topic. Hypothesis and aim.
Conclusion – the summary, the comparison of performance in relation to the achievements of science, suggestions for future, the research directions.
References1. The alphabetical order.
2. The structure of bibliographic description:
Surname of the author, name’s initial. (Year of publication). Title.Publisher, Pages.
Zaręba, M. (2010). Metody rozwiązywania sporów na arenie międzynarodowej w XIX wieku, 7-10. Wydawnictwo Naukowe.
3. For sources written in Cyrillic – it is necessary to use transliteration.
The article with serious bibliography presents a the extent of professional knowledge and quality of research.

Basics of transliteration:
For the sources written in the system of Cyrillic, the Romanization of alphabet according to the scheme must be used:
- Authors (transliteration)
- Year of publication
- Transliteration of the article’s title
- [Translation of the article title into English in square brackets]
- Transliteration of the title’s source
- [Translation source title into English - paraphrase]
- Information about the issue with the expressions in the English language
- Indications to the article (in Ukrainian, in Russian)

The editorial staff of the journal "Journal of Modern Science" uses the transliteration BGN/PCGN (1965).
We suggest to use these sites for automatic transliteration::
- from Ukrainian language –
- from Russian language –

The example of transliteration:
Nesterenko, G. (2015). Systema upravlins'kykh kompetentsiy vykladacha vyshchoyi shkoly, 89-105. [System of the managerial competences of a high school teacher].Upravlins'ki kompetentsiyi u profesiyniy diyal'nosti vykladacha. [Managerial competences in professional teacher’s activity], Agrar Media Group. (In Ukrainian).

Abbreviations of the expressions used during quoting:

Abbreviations in PolishAbbreviations in EnglishFull text (PL)Full text (ENG)
i al.I inni (autorzy/redaktorzy)Et alii (authors/editors)

Guidance on the preparation of bibliographic descriptions:

The compact publication of one author:
Zaręba, M. (2010). Metody rozwiązywania sporów na arenie międzynarodowej w XXI wieku. Wydawnictwo Naukowe.

The compact publication of many authors:
Adamczyk, M., Zaręba, Z. (2010). Zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi organizacji w okresie transformacji. Wydawnictwo Nowa Nauka Polska.

The chapter / fragment / section of compact publication:
Adamczyk, M., Zaręba, Z. (2010). Teoretyczne i funkcjonalne aspekty karier w okresie transformacji. in: A. Adamczyk (ed.), Zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi organizacji w okresie transformacji, 112-165. Wydawnictwo Nowa Nauka Polska.

The entry (article) in the encyclopedia / dictionary:
Włodarczyk, B. (2013). Jurysprudencja. in: M. Zaręba (ed.) Encyklopedia XXI wieku, (wyd. 1, 117). Wydawnictwo Nowa Nauka Polska.

The entry (article) in the on-line encyclopedia / dictionary:
Włodarczyk, B. (2013). Jurysprudencja. in: M. Zaręba (ed.) Encyklopedia XXI wieku. Wydawnictwo Nowa Nauka Polska. Retrieved 10.01.2013 from

The article in journal:
Witkowicz, A. (2013). Zapobieganie przemocy w szkole – zmiany w prawie i programie kształcenia pedagogów, 12 (4), 34-57. Polski Przegląd Naukowy.
Witkowicz, A. (2012). Zapobieganie przemocy w szkole – zmiany w prawie i programie kształcenia pedagogów, 12 (4), 34-57. Polski Przegląd Naukowy. Retrieved 20.05.2012 from

Ustawa z dnia 26 października 1982 r. o postępowaniu w sprawach nieletnich. Dz.U.2002.11.109, tekst jednolity.
Ustawa z dnia 26 października 1982 r. o postępowaniu w sprawach nieletnich. Dz.U.2002.11.109, tekst jednolity. Retrieved 20.05.2012 from

Internet sources:
Zaręba, W. Teoretyczne i funkcjonalne aspekty karier w okresie transformacji. Retrieved 20.05.2012 from