Open Access Funding

Maximise dissemination and the global impact of your work by publishing open access!

 

CVIR Endovascular is a fully open-access journal. As such, the publisher levies an article processing charge (APC) of 1890€ / $2290 / 1570£ for each article accepted for publication, plus VAT or local taxes where applicable.

 

However, there are several funding options available.


15% discount on the APC for CIRSE Members

CIRSE offers a 15% discount on the APC for CVIR Endovascular to corresponding authors who are current CIRSE members. In order to receive the discount code, please contact us at info@cvirendovascular.org before submitting your manuscript.


Please note that the CIRSE discount cannot be combined with an institutional discount, or used for already-published articles.
 


Open Access Agreements for Egypt, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, and University of California Institutions

If you are a corresponding author* affiliated with a university or research institution covered by one of these deals, you are entitled to publish open access in CVIR Endovascular and have your APC fee covered by the relevant institution (subject to different terms and conditions for each agreement).

 

Egypt

This agreement will cover all the public, private and national universities, as well as the research centers related to the ministry of higher education and scientific research and all other governmental ministries in Egypt.

Article Types eligible under this agreement include: Original Paper, Review Paper, Brief Communication, Continuing Education

 

Germany
More than 900 German institutions are eligible to participate in the agreement between Springer Nature and Projekt DEAL, meaning that corresponding authors* affiliated with these institutions are eligible to publish their articles open access without being invoiced by Springer Nature.

Article types eligible under this agreement are: Original Paper, Review Paper, Brief Communication

 

Hungary

Selected institutions have open access agreements with Springer Nature, meaning that corresponding authors affiliated with participating institutions may be eligible to publish their articles open access (OA) with their fees covered.
Article types eligible under this agreement are: Original Paper, Review Paper, Brief Communication

 

Sweden

Selected BIBSAM institutions have open access agreements with Springer Nature, meaning that corresponding authors affiliated with participating institutions may be eligible to publish their articles open access (OA) with fees covered.

Article types eligible under this agreement are: Original Paper, Review Paper, Brief Communication

 

University of California Network

The UC libraries will cover at least the first US$1,000 of each article processing charge (APC) for all UC corresponding authors who publish open access in hybrid and fully open access journals from Springer, Palgrave, BMC and Nature Portfolio (excluding Nature and Nature research journals).

 

If there is any remaining balance due on the APC, Springer Nature will ask UC authors if they have research funding available to cover the balance. If an author does not have research funds available to cover the remainder of the APC, the UC libraries will pay the entire APC on the author’s behalf, ensuring that lack of research funds does not present a barrier for UC authors who wish to publish open access in these journals.

 

Make sure to read the Author Guide before submitting your paper to CVIR Endovascular.

 

*Acting as main contact for Springer Nature correspondence after editorial acceptance.


Institutional Membership

More than 500 institutional members worldwide partnered with SpringerOpen to cover the APC for affiliated authors.

 

Click here to find out if your institute is a member and how to apply for funding, or contact your institute librarian for information if the institute covers the APCs for fully open access journals.

 


Waivers/Discounts for Financial Need and for Authors in Lower [Middle] Income Countries

Springer waives charges for authors from lower-income countries (as defined by the World Bank) and a 50% discount for authors based in lower-middle-income countries (also from the World Bank).

For more details, please click here.

 

Furthermore, Springer considers individual waiver requests for articles in SpringerOpen journals on a case-by-case basis and they may be granted in cases of lack of funds. For details, click here.

 


Open Access Funders and Institutions

See the list of funders and institutions that have funds available for covering APCs. Please note that each funding agency has different rules for granting funds for open access. Please check the policies of each funder for more information.


Other Links for Funding and Policy Support

Open access funding FAQs - link

Open access checklist: funding and policy advice for articles - link