Landscape is both a physical reality and the representation we make of it. It constitutes a set of natural and anthropological elements and evokes feelings and emotions. The European Landscape Convention emphasizes that when taking measures to protect, manage and plan landscapes, all dimensions must be considered.

With this in mind, GEOLAND - an Erasmus+ KA2 Higher Education project - focused on NATURA 2000 sites with the aim of creating a learning path for students and professors in landscape monitoring and protection, using digital tools such as GIS and participatory techniques.

The project was rated final by Europe with a score of 96%.


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Past events

An extensive track record

In-depth quality research in a wide range of geographical disciplines.

Bachelor of Science in Geography and Geomatics/Master of Science in Geography and Geomatics.

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Research projects at various funding bodies at local, regional, national, European and international levels.

High-quality scientific output: several PhDs every year, a large number of international papers published in highly cited journals, and more.

Contributing at other courses, co-organising specific teacher training in geography and postgraduate training in hydrography.

Training with a future: a wide range of jobs due to increasing awareness of climate issues and sustainable development.

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