Academic editing service for your PhD thesis or dissertation

What do we do?

Scribbr benefits

  • Editors specialized in academic writing
  • 24/7 availability – 365 days per year
  • Personal tailored service

Only the best editors for your dissertation

Dissertation editor

Our editors are academic linguists. All editors abide to strict guidelines and have gone through an elaborate application procedure. On top of that, they have all been trained in our Scribbr Academy to edit academic texts. We only work with native English speaking editors for the editing of English dissertations. All our editors work with the Scribbr Improvement Model which is specially designed for academic texts.

Very experienced

We are specialized in editing academic texts: academic articles, theses and/or dissertations. With our three years of experience helping students write correct texts, we know how to write and improve any kind of academic text. Next to that, Scribbr is available and at your service 365 days a year! Our Scribbr team is always there for you.


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Correct language errors

Becoming blind to your own mistakes; who is not familiar with that? The editor will go through your text and correct all spelling mistakes, grammatical errors and incorrect punctuation. Goodbye sloppy mistakes. The editor will also pay special attention to commonly made mistakes in English.

Academic editing style

Like no other, the editor knows how to use academic language to enforce arguments and statements in your dissertation. The editor will directly apply this knowledge to your text and will also give you tips and suggestions. For this purpose we have designed the Scribbr Improvement Model.

Editing with Track Changes in Microsoft Word

The editor works with Track Changes in Word to correct your text. All changes are tracked and the editor’s comments are shown in balloons in the margin of the document. Do you write in LaTeX? We can convert your LaTeX document to Word. The editor will then edit your text in Word. After that, you can make the adjustments yourself in the original LaTeX file.