At Ivory Research, we take the recruitment of our writers very seriously. It’s why we’re the UK’s leading academic writing service for custom-written papers and dissertations, and we pride ourselves on employing only the best writers in the industry.
All Ivory Research writers hold at least a 2:1 Bachelor’s degree from a UK university, while 85% of our writers hold postgraduate degrees including Masters and PhDs.
Our recruitment specialists have many years’ experience in the academic research industry, and they know exactly the skills and qualifications they are looking for in a writer.
We are the ONLY writing service that interviews EVERY writer they employ. Becoming an Ivory Research writer isn’t easy, and we make no apologies for it. All applicants are required to undergo a complex and psychologically demanding selection process to ensure they meet our rigorous standards.
We are the ONLY writing service that requires its writers to complete a trial assignment to a satisfactory standard before they are able to work for its clients. It costs us time and money, but ultimately, it’s worth it because it ensures our clients are getting the best possible service.
We verify the academic qualifications of our writers by insisting on seeing their original degree certificate and confirming that it is awarded by a bonafide UK university.
We employ a Writer Relations Consultant who is responsible for liaising with our team of writers, answering any queries they may have, and ensuring that your assignment is completed according to your instructions. See our unique 10-point guarantee.
To produce top quality work, we believe that writers should be treated with the respect they deserve. We pay our writers more than any other company in the industry; therefore, they are motivated and enjoy what they do. We always give writers assignments that are compatible with their academic and research interests, therefore ensuring that they find their work both stimulating and rewarding.
Our clients also get the opportunity to select their preferred writer.