Students

The SPOT project targets most of all master students of such programmes like tourism management, spatial planning, and built environment studies. However, the general focus of the project relates to all young people interested in sustainable spatial planning of tourism destinations. The ambition of the project’s consortium is to introduce the course and method concerning tourism spatial planning as a significant part of this increase. Future tourism planners completing this course will use the project’s outputs to implement their knowledge, skills, and competencies on innovative, sustainable, and inclusive tourism development into spatial planning practice.

Study visits are probably the most interesting part of the SPOT project from students’ perspective. Increase the knowledge and key competencies of students in the field of sustainable planning of tourism destinations is expected. Integrated and recognised learning skills and qualifications for and innovative educational method, coherent at EU level will be developed. Students mobilities in the project (preparation to and participation in study visits) will be recognized by every partner as a participation in the course of tourism spatial planning. Thus, ECTS credits recognition is guaranteed, in full respect of protection of personal data. Each study visit will be carried out in the international environment of the project partners.

News in Students

  • International Tourism Congress ITC2022: Call for Abstracts
    ITC2022 call for abstracts is open till 15th September 2022. The only accepted way to submit the abstract is to use the online system dedicated for that purpose: https://czasopisma.uni.lodz.pl/itc/index. Do not send us abstracts by email! Each abstract should be prepared in English according to the requirements described on the website of the online submission […]
  • The vineyard landscape of Langhe-Roero and Monferrato. Building a strategy of tourism valorisation and management
    The next SPOT study visit that will take place in Turin (Italy) between September 19 and 23, 2022, concerns the case study “vineyard landscape of Piedmont: Langhe-Roero and Monferrato”, which is a territorial context modelled in the century by local communities in Southern Piedmont. In the past, this territory was poor and marginal, and over […]
  • The Green Track Stop event “A Walk in the Woods…”
    Detailed information about the Green Track Stop event “A Walk in the Woods – citizen science for forests” can be found on the event webpage and on the Twitter account. The Green Track Stop event “A Walk in the Woods – citizen science for forests”, organized on behalf of the vegetation group at Karlsruhe Institute […]
  • Baleal Beach case study – Locals talking
    In a session called “Locals talking” held on May 10th, at School of Tourism and Maritime Technology of Polytechnic of Leiria (ESTM), some of the local stakeholders representing the community were present, namely Paulo Morais Ferreira (President of the Peniche Surfing Club and the national delegate of the Surfriders Foundation), Maria Simões (Manager of Lagido […]
  • Programme of study visit to Portugal
    All activities are presented in Portuguese time zone (GMT+1). Students and academicians are requested to take own laptops. ESTM means School of Tourism and Maritime Technology, Polytechnic of Leiria. You might also download the programme of study visit to Portugal as a PDF file. May 9, 2022, Monday, Study visit Day 1 Time Activity Presenter(s) […]
  • MapoFaktura 2022 – Geographical data analysis for tourism and crisis management
    Crisis mapping Recent cartography and spatial data analysis are completely different to the periods before mobile technologies dominance. Web-mapping 2.0 is up-to-date, advanced in technology on the one hand, and inclusive and participatory on the other hand. Everyone can be a professional cartographer. Two contexts of web-mapping 2.0 are important from the perspective of crisis […]
  • When SPOT meets SPOT: Workshop on challenges of Europeanization from different perspectives
    Do you know that there are two SPOT projects running on right now? Meet the other one: SPOT (Social and innovative Platform On cultural Tourism and its potential towards deepening Europeanisation). This is 3 years EU-funded project under the Horizon 2020 programme, focused on the study of problems related to cultural tourism. The consortium is […]
  • Meet Hnat, our Ukrainian colleague
    Meet Hnat Sumyshyn, Ukrainian student of the Faculty of Geographical Sciences at University of Lodz in Poland. Now, he is a master student of spatial planning and organisation programme and a member of the students’ community of the project ‘SPOT. Sustainable Spatial Planning of Tourism Destinations’. He also participated in our study visit to Turkey. […]
  • Erasmus Blended Intensive Programme for students at VILNIUS TECH
    Contact person: Dr Skirmantė Mozūriūnaitė, Department of Urban Design, Faculty of Architecture at VILNIUS TECH, skirmante.mozuriunaite@vilniustech.lt Application Form Workshop Programme: The programme provides students with a basic understanding of the Smart Community and Smart City. Students during the programme will develop the skills to identify and define the topic-related issue, formulate the objectives, goals and […]
  • Date and idea of study visit to Peniche in Portugal are already fixed
    Peniche is a coastal municipality located in the Oeste Region situated 80 kilometers north of Lisbon, being the most western city of continental Europe. It has 26,431 inhabitants in an area of 77.55 km2. The city was built on a rocky peninsula which was an island until the 17th century, becoming progressively linked to the […]
  • Story map of the study visit to Turkey
    See and enjoy the story map prepared by Marta Nalej from the University of Lodz. This is the best summary of the outstanding week we spent in Turkey. The goal of the study visits in Mersin (Turkey) was to involve students in the process of solving identified problems of spatial planning in selected tourist destination […]
  • Kızkalesi case study – Metropolitan perspective
    The meeting with representatives of metropolitan institutions and organizations was held at the Faculty of Architecture, Mersin University on December 8, 2021. The discussion was moderated by Yasemin Sarıkaya Levent and Tolga Levent. In the meeting the following persons were present: Barbaros Bektaş (Mersin Metropolitan Municipality – Chief planner responsible from Erdemli District), Barış Başeren […]
  • Kızkalesi case study – Locals talking
    We would like to send our greetings to all local stakeholders from Kızkalesi who agreed to meet us and share with us their stories, problems, and ideas, namely: Yusuf Çelik (Manager, Has Hotel), Mevlüt Erzurum (Manager of Okan Apart Hotel), Nur Kaya (Manager of Barbaros Hotel), İbrahim Kale (Manager of Etap Hotel), Natık Çoban (Çobanbey […]
  • Programme of study visit to Turkey
    Mind to convert the time zone when out of Turkey. All activities of study visit are presented in Turkish time zone (GMT+3). You might also download the programme as a PDF file. December 6, 2021, Monday, Study visit Day 1 Time Activity Presenter(s) Venue 11:40 Departure from the hotel Divan Hotel 12:00 – 12:30 Campus […]
  • Apply to study visit to Turkey!
    Meet us in Turkey! Dear Students from our partner universities: Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Mersin University, Politecnico di Torino, Polytechnic of Leiria, and University of Lodz. Our colleagues from Mersin University are inviting you to join our SPOT project study visit. This will be the only chance to catch some Summer at the […]
  • Let’s explore Polish case study with our interns
    During spring and summer in 2021, the Faculty of Geographical Sciences at University of Lodz hosted 5 marvelous students: Abdurrahman (Turkey), Hubert (Poland), Joromain (Italy), Mohammed (Yemen), and Rovshen (Turkmenistan). All of them joint our internship programme and contributed to the SPOT project. They were very first students travelling with our project manager Tomasz Napierała […]
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