The HERITAG Project: an Interdisciplinary Reform in Higher Education Programmes

Erasmus+ supported HERITAG 3-year-long project successfully completed with the Final Conference on 3 April at administrative headquarters of Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia. Prof. Dimitri Japaridze of Institute of Economics and Business was actively involved in the project activities which included meetings with industry experts, discussing challenges, etc.

The HERITAG project aimed 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. Partners of the project included universities and research institutes from Georgia, Armenia, Spain, Italy, Sweden and Greece.

Detailed documentation can be retrieved from the project website at