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Open Access: Wiley

A guide to Open Access at the University of Huddersfield


Corresponding authors affiliated with the University of Huddersfield may publish primary research and review articles in any of Wiley or Hindawi's fully gold open access and hybrid (subscription-based) journals as long as the following Author, Journal and Article type criteria are met.


Eligible Authors

“Eligible Author” means authors (i) Who are affiliated with the University of Huddersfield, i.e., students enrolled at or accredited to the Institution or who are teaching and research staff employed by the Institution (such affiliation is not necessary at all points in the research process);
(ii) Who are designated as the responsible corresponding author within Wiley’s submission system and Author Services platform. In the case of multiple corresponding authors being identified on the version of record, it is the author designated as the responsible corresponding author who is the Eligible Author (and such responsible corresponding author is not required to appear as the first author);
(iii) For whom an Institution has confirmed the author’s affiliation pursuant to Clause 12; and
(iv) Who have signed one of Wiley’s then-current open access author agreements for publication of an article on an open access basis in one of the Hybrid Journals or Gold Journals (as applicable).

To help with the approval process authors should use their University of Huddersfield email address and ensure they select the correct affiliation from the drop-down search during the submission process

Please note: papers with corresponding authors who are honorary, visiting or NHS members of staff without a contract of employment will not normally be eligible to use this agreement.


Eligible Journals

Wiley or Hindawi fully gold open access journal or a Wiley hybrid (subscription) journal that offers open access

Please note, the following journals carry additional page and/or colour charges for publishing that are NOT covered by this agreement

Journal Title Colour Charges Page Charges
Marine Mammal Science   $15
Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology   $50
Journal of Field Ornithology $562 $92
Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety   $95
Biotropica   $100
Cereal Chemistry $500 $150
Journal of Food Science $500 $150
Restoration Ecology   $150


Eligible Articles Types


Only primary research or review articles, including but not limited to original articles, case studies, reviews, short communications are eligible under the terms of this agreement.

Other article types e.g. letters, editorials etc. are excluded.

Please note: this agreement will not cover colour, image or page charges. 


Licence options 

Authors who declare original research funding during the licence signing process from a Funder with a CC-BY mandate will only be provided with a CC-BY licence to ensure compliance with Funder mandates. For Hybrid and Gold Titles that offer CC-BY for all authors, the CC-BY license will be listed first for all other authors. Some journals currently only offer CC-BY to authors who received original research funding from funders with CC-BY license mandates

If your article is UKRI-funded please contact to check UKRI eligibility and licence requirements.

If you do not order open access, your manuscript will be published as a subscription (closed access) article. Once your paper is published in Early View or In Issue online you will no longer be eligible to publish open access under the agreement.


Submission Checklist
Criteria All must apply
Affiliated to the University of Huddersfield
You are the corresponding author

The selected journal is an eligible Wiley on Hindawi title (see above) and if applicable meets UKRI funding requirements

The article type is eligible (see above)
You used your University email address during the submission process
You selected the 'University of Huddersfield' as your institution during the submission process
You have acknowledged any funders
If UKRI funded you have chosen an appropriate CC-BY licence to comply with funder requirements


More information:

Wiley Open Access articles published under this agreement

  • Aldeyab, M. A., Crowe, W., Karasneh, R. A., Patterson, L., Sartaj, M., Ewing, J., Lattyak, W. J., Al-Azzam, S., Araydah, M., Darwish Elhajji, F., Kabbaha, S., Conway, B. R., Conlon-Bingham, G., Farren, D., & Scott, M. (2023). The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on antibiotic consumption and prevalence of pathogens in primary and secondary healthcare settings in northern ireland. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology,
  • Andrews, R., Begum, S., Clemett, C. J., Faulkner, R. A., Ginger, M. L., Harmer, J., Molinari, M., Parkes, G. M. B., Qureshi, Z. M. H., Rice, C. R., Ward, M. D., Williams, H. M., & Wilson, P. B. (2020). Self‐Assembled Anion‐Binding cryptand for the selective Liquid–Liquid extraction of phosphate anions. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed.), 59(46), 20480-20484.
  • Bain, A., Hasan, S. S., Kavanagh, S., & Babar, Z. -. -. (2020). Use and validation of a survey tool to measure the perceived effectiveness of insulinprescribing safety interventions in UK hospitals. Diabetic Medicine, 37(12), 2027-2034.
  • Barnett, G., Boduszek, D., & Willmott, D. (2021). What works to change identity? A rapid evidence assessment of interventions. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 51(7), 698-719.
  • Brown, P., Newton, D., Armitage, R., Monchuk, L., & Robson, B. (2022). Locked down: Ontological security and the experience of COVID-19 while living in poor-quality housing. Journal of Community Psychology,
  • Buckley, P. J., & De Mattos, C. (2021). Understanding the processes underlying inter‐firm collaboration: Mutual forbearance and the principle of congruity. British Journal of Management, 32(1), 20-39.
  • Burns, J. E., Hurst, C. D., Knowles, M. A., Phillips, R. M., & Allison, S. J. (2021). The warburg effect as a therapeutic target for bladder cancers and intratumoral heterogeneity in associated molecular targets. Cancer Science, 112(9), 3822-3834.
  • Charles, C. J., Rout, S. P., Jackson, B. R., Boxall, S. A., Akbar, S., & Humphreys, P. N. (2022). The evolution of alkaliphilic biofilm communities in response to extreme alkaline pH values. MicrobiologyOpen (Weinheim), 11(4), e1309-n/a.
  • Clayton, R., & Siderov, J. (2022). Differences in stereoacuity between crossed and uncrossed disparities reduce with practice. Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics, 42(6), 1353-1362.
  • Das, M., Rodríguez, A., Lo, P. K. T., & Moran, W. J. (2021). Synthesis of oxazolidinones by a hypervalent iodine mediated cyclization of N‐Allylcarbamates. Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis, 363(6), 1646-1650.
  • Davidson, A. C. (2022). Cycling lungs: Understanding mobile subjectivity as enfleshed. Antipode, 54(1), 218-239.
  • de Beco, G. (2022). The right to 'inclusive' education. Modern Law Review, 85(6), 1329-1356.
  • Dehghan, S. M., Seviour, R., & Hunt, S. (2023). High‐speed high‐voltage solid‐state marx generator based on SiC MOSFETs. IET Power Electronics, 16(6), 917-927.
  • Dunn, K., Taylor, A., & Turfus, S. (2021). A review of cannabidiol‐containing electronic liquids—Current regulations and labelling accuracy. Drug Testing and Analysis, 13(8), 1490-1498.
  • Fox, N. J., & Gavrilyuk, T. (2022). The more‐than‐human production of material dis/advantage: A russian case study. International Social Science Journal, 72(246), 1033-1051.
  • Fox, N., & Powell, K. (2021). Non‐human matter, health disparities and a thousand tiny dis/advantages. Sociology of Health & Illness, 43(3), 779-795.
  • French, C., Cubbidge, R. P., & Heitmar, R. (2022). The application of arterio‐venous ratio (AVR) cut‐off values in clinic to stratify cardiovascular risk in patients. Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics, 42(4), 666-674.
  • Fukuyama, H., & Tan, Y. (2022). Deconstructing three‐stage overall efficiency into input, output and stability efficiency components with consideration of market power and loan loss provision: An application to chinese banks. International Journal of Finance and Economics, 27(1), 953-974.
  • Gao, G., & Sai, L. (2020). Towards a ‘virtual’ world: Social isolation and struggles during the COVID‐19 pandemic as single women living alone. Gender, Work, and Organization, 27(5), 754-762.
  • Gao, G., & Sai, L. (2021). Opposing the toxic apartheid: The painted veil of the COVID‐19 pandemic, race and racism. Gender, Work, and Organization, 28(1), 183-189.
  • Gerged, A. M., Beddewela, E., & Cowton, C. J. (2021). Is corporate environmental disclosure associated with firm value? A multicountry study of gulf cooperation council firms. Business Strategy and the Environment, 30(1), 185-203.
  • Greenwood, K., Synnott, J., & Ioannou, M. (2023). Content analysis of infanticide and neonaticide cases in the UK. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 20(2), 121-134.
  • Haworth-Duff, A., Parkes, G. M. B., & Reed, N. J. (2022). A simple approach to analysing trace metals in aerosols produced by e-cigarettes. Drug Testing and Analysis,
  • Haworth-Duff, A., Parkes, G. M. B., & Reed, N. J. (2023). Profiling flavourings in strawberry-flavoured e-liquid using headspace-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. Drug Testing and Analysis,
  • Hill, M. J., Greaves, H. M., Sayer, C. D., Hassall, C., Milin, M., Milner, V. S., Marazzi, L., Hall, R., Harper, L. R., Thornhill, I., Walton, R., Biggs, J., Ewald, N., Law, A., Willby, N., White, J. C., Briers, R. A., Mathers, K. L., Jeffries, M. J., & Wood, P. J. (2021). Pond ecology and conservation: Research priorities and knowledge gaps. Ecosphere (Washington, D.C), 12(12), n/a.
  • Hill, M. J., White, J. C., Biggs, J., Briers, R. A., Gledhill, D., Ledger, M. E., Thornhill, I., Wood, P. J., & Hassall, C. (2021). Local contributions to beta diversity in urban pond networks: Implications for biodiversity conservation and management. Diversity & Distributions, 27(5), 887-900.
  • Hynes, N. J., Beukes, E. W., Hawkes, R., Bennett, H. A., Hamilton, C., Jayabalan, P., & Allen, P. M. (2022). Evidence‐based classification in golf for athletes with a vision impairment: A delphi study. Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics, 42(6), 1193-1203.
  • Katariya, M. M., Snee, M., Tunnicliffe, R. B., Kavanagh, M. E., Boshoff, H. I. M., Amadi, C. N., Levy, C. W., Munro, A. W., Abell, C., Leys, D., Coyne, A. G., & McLean, K. J. (2023). Structure based discovery of inhibitors of CYP125 and CYP142 from mycobacterium tuberculosis. Chemistry : A European Journal, 29(29), e202203868-n/a.
  • Kola‐Palmer, S., Rogers, M., Halliday, A., & Rickford, R. (2022). “A lot can happen in five years”: Women's attitudes to extending cervical screening intervals. European Journal of Cancer Care, 31(6), e13655-n/a.
  • Kulik, A. A., Maruszczak, K. K., Thomas, D. C., Nabi‐Aldridge, N. L. A., Carr, M., Bingham, R. J., & Cooper, C. D. O. (2021). Crystal structure and molecular dynamics of human POLDIP2, a multifaceted adaptor protein in metabolism and genome stability. Protein Science, 30(6), 1196-1209.
  • Kusev, P., Schaik, P., Teal, J., Martin, R., Hall, L., & Johansson, P. (2022). How false feedback influences decision‐makers' risk preferences. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 35(5), n/a.
  • Leeming, D., Marshall, J., & Hinsliff, S. (2022). Self‐conscious emotions and breastfeeding support: A focused synthesis of UK qualitative research. Maternal and Child Nutrition, 18(1), e13270-n/a.
  • Li, Z., & Al‐Najjar, B. (2022). Impact of board composition on pension de‐risking strategies. British Journal of Management, 33(3), 1304-1322.
  • Male, S. R., Shamanna, B. R., Bhardwaj, R., Bhagvati, C., & Theagarayan, B. (2022). Color vision devices for color vision deficiency patients: A systematic review and meta‐analysis. Health Science Reports, 5(5), e842-n/a.
  • Martin Cerezo, M. L., Raval, R., Haro Reyes, B., Kucka, M., Chan, F. Y., & Bryk, J. (2022). Identification and quantification of chimeric sequencing reads in a highly multiplexed RAD‐seq protocol. Molecular Ecology Resources, 22(8), 2860-2870.
  • Meaton, J., Lowore, J., & Wood, A. (2021). Assessing value chain interventions in zambian and ethiopian forest beekeeping systems. Business Strategy & Development, 4(2), 159-169.
  • Milner, V. S., Dutton, J. S., & Hayes, C. (2023). Colonisation of terrestrial vegetation in an intermittent river: Diversity responses to seasonal drying. River Research and Applications, 39(4), 703-717.
  • Milner, V. S., Jones, J. I., Maddock, I. P., & Bunting, G. C. (2022). The hyporheic zone as an invertebrate refuge during a fine sediment disturbance event. Ecohydrology, 15(6), n/a.
  • Nazir, M. I., Tan, Y., & Nazir, M. R. (2021). Intellectual capital performance in the financial sector: Evidence from china, hong kong, and taiwan. International Journal of Finance and Economics, 26(4), 6089-6109.
  • Nazir, M. R., Tan, Y., & Nazir, M. I. (2021). Financial innovation and economic growth: Empirical evidence from china, india and pakistan. International Journal of Finance and Economics, 26(4), 6036-6059.
  • Orawiec, M., Belton, D., Telford, R., & Surtees, A. (2020). Application of semi‐in situ liquid exfoliation of graphite to the scalable production of graphene‐epoxy nanocomposites. Polymer Composites, 41(11), 4933-4944.
  • Parkinson, S., Khan, S., Badea, A., Crampton, A., Liu, N., & Xu, Q. (2023). An empirical analysis of keystroke dynamics in passwords: A longitudinal study. IET Biometrics, 12(1), 25-37.
  • Peters, L. A., & Brown, E. M. (2022). The relationship between illness identity and the self‐management of inflammatory bowel disease. British Journal of Health Psychology, 27(3), 956-970.
  • Pressley, C., & Garside, J. (2023). Safeguarding the retention of nurses: A systematic review on determinants of nurse's intentions to stay. Nursing Open, 10(5), 2842-2858.
  • Ramezanzadeh, B., Kardar, P., Bahlakeh, G., Hayatgheib, Y., & Mahdavian, M. (2017). Fabrication of a highly tunable graphene oxide composite through layer-by-layer assembly of highly crystalline polyaniline nanofibers and green corrosion inhibitors: Complementary experimental and first-principles quantum-mechanics modeling approaches. Journal of Physical Chemistry.C, 121(37), 20433-20450.
  • Rickford, R., Rogers, M., Halliday, A., Lamptey, P., & Kola‐Palmer, S. (2023). Attitudes to reducing cervical screening frequency among UK women: A qualitative analysis. Psycho-Oncology (Chichester, England), 32(5), 721-729.
  • Rogers, M., Windle, A., Wu, L., Taylor, V., & Bale, C. (2022). Emotional well‐being, spiritual well‐being and resilience of advanced clinical practitioners in the united kingdom during COVID‐19: An exploratory mixed method study. Journal of Nursing Management, 30(4), 883-891.
  • Rudi, J. (2023). Balancing conflicting types of authenticity in the reconstruction of sound and music in the installation work blikk (1970). Curator (New York, N.Y.), 66(1), 85-106.
  • Simkhada, B., Teijlingen, E., Pandey, A., Sharma, C. K., Simkhada, P., & Singh, D. R. (2023). Stakeholders' perceptions of continuing professional development among nepalese nurses: A focus group study. Nursing Open, 10(5), 3336-3346.
  • Smith, C., & Burr, V. (2022). Retrospective accounts of emotional experiences during personal development groups in qualified counsellors and psychotherapists. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 22(1), 238-249.
  • Tariq, M. U., & Moran, W. J. (2020). Spirooxazoline synthesis by an oxidative dearomatizing cyclization. European Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2020(32), 5153-5160.
  • Taylor, A., Dunn, K., & Turfus, S. (2021). A review of nicotine‐containing electronic cigarettes—Trends in use, effects, contents, labelling accuracy and detection methods. Drug Testing and Analysis, 13(2), 242-260.