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FAS | Framhaldsskólinn í Austur-Skaftafellssýslu The upper secondary school, Framhaldsskólinn í Austur-Skaftafellssýslu (FAS - FAS | Framhaldsskólinn í Austur-Skaftafellssýslu) is a small, but proud partner in the PEAK project. The student’s number in the autumn of 2021 is 240 students. The school is located on the south-east coast of Iceland in the fishing village of
MIRC NTUA MIRC NTUA is the only higher educational research center devoted to the study of mountainous areas, in Greece; one of the most mountainous countries (75%) in EU. Since its initiation, in 1993, and mostly after the foundation of the MSc Programme “Environment and Development of Mountainous Areas”, in 2008, MIRC is an open
Supporting business development and entrepreneurship: Tourism research on the west coast of Scotland Starting a series of blog posts that highlighted the work of our partners, we begin with the our Scottish lead partner, the Centre for Recreation and Tourism Research, part of the University of the Highlands. West Highland College UHI, based on the
The Centre for Recreation and Tourism Research (CRTR) is based at the foot of the highest mountain in the UK.
The Centre for Recreation and Tourism Research (CRTR) is based at the foot of the highest mountain in the UK. It is part of the University of the Highlands and Islands, which has campuses all over the North of Scotland. We are at the West Highland College campus in Fort William. CRTR is involved in