Welcome to the webpage of the Higher Education interdisciplinary Reform In Tourism management and Applied Geoinformation curricula (HERITAG) Project.

The project HERITAG aims to develop an interdisciplinary reform in higher education programmes at master level and continuing education integrating Geo-information Technologies (GIT) applied to cultural heritage documentation, tourism management and entrepreneurship.

The project promotes the synergy of three main groups of stakeholders: Universities, industry and Administration. The curricular reform integrates the development of capacities in 3 main national and regional priorities in Georgia and Armenia: Geo-information technologies, cultural heritage preservation and documentation, and fostering tourism business and entrepreneurship.

The efficient and sustainable implementation of the project will allow Georgia and Armenia to build tourism opportunities based on the rich cultural heritage of the region, and impulse the technical field of GIT, that will be a key for innovation in the near future of these countries, with an important growing potential. This will preserve the history, foster the tourism, and build innovation in the region.


Apr 19

Final conference at GTU

The final conference of the HERITAG project was held in Tbilisi and hosted by the Georgian Technical University (GTU). The...
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Mar 19

Labour day at NUACA

On March 12, 2019, the Armenian National University of Architecture and Construction hosted Professor María José VIÑALS, a professor at...
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Feb 19

Joint information workshop at NUACA

On February 14, 2019, a joint information seminar was organized by HERITAG and INNOCENS "enhancing Innovation Competences and Entrepreneurial Skills...
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Dec 18

Celebration of labour day at GSU

The Labour market/Career Day was successfully celebrated at Goris State University (GSU) on December, 19th , 2018. Over 25 students and...
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Dec 18

GIS training course at Goris State University

A new training course in “Introduction to GIS for tourism” started in December 13th 2018 in Goris State University, as...
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Nov 18

New master in Geoinformation Management for Cultural Tourism

The new master in Geoinformation Management for Cultural Tourism (MGeoMaCT), developed within the HERITAG project, starts its first edition at...
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Sep 18

Workshop 6.2 on New Teaching Methods and opening of the GIS lab at GSU, Armenia

The Goris State University partner held the HERITAG Workshop 6.2 on New Teaching Methods, from 14 to 16 of May,...
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Jul 18

Opening of the GTTC at NUACA, Armenia

The regular management meeting took place on May 10th 2018 at the NUACA within the framework of “Higher Education Interdisciplinary...
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Apr 18

Opening of the GIT lab at Batumi State University, Georgia

In the framework of Erasmus+ CBHE project “Higher Education Interdisciplinary Reform in Tourism management and Applied Geoinformation Curricula” ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​a new...
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Mar 18

External evaluation meeting

The external evaluation was conducted by international and independent experts in the areas covered by the project. They visited the...
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