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ACCESSIBLE - The development of the innovative educational method of ACCESSIBLE tourism in Central Europe

Project ID
2022-2-HU01- KA220-HED-000099410
Project title

The development of the innovative educational method of ACCESSIBLE tourism in Central Europe 

Project manager, contact details
Veronika Nagy-Véber,
Academic supervisor, contact details
Tibor Gonda, Dr.,
Total project budget
250.000 EUR
Total budget of UP
76.500 EUR
Project start date
Project end date
University of Pécs (HU)

Partner Organisations
University of Zagreb (HR), Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan (PL), Universitatea Sapientia din Municipiul Cluj-Napoca (RO)
General description

The project aims at creating an innovative, novel teaching material for filling the existing knowledge gap of students learning tourism and giving them a holistic approach how to serve people with disabalities in an effective way.


The project results are thematically organised in 3 workpackes (WP2, WP3 and WP4):
1. The main result of WP2 is the collection of the best-practices from each participating partner country. Furthermore, systematic literature analysis, situation assessment and analysis will be prepared and questionnaire will be done in order to create foundation of futher project work.

2. WP3 is about creating a learning material developed that will be a new element in the training of student specialising in tourism and catering, and which will be introduced in all 4 participating countries. A learning material will be implemented for a full semester, which will allow accessible tourism to be lectured as a course on its own. Also, learning material modules will be written, which can be integrated into the curricula of several tourism subjects (e.g., theory of tourism, tourism product development, health tourism etc.).

3. In WP4 the following activities will be achieved: for the effective lecturing of the course, an innovative teaching methodology will be prepared, at the languages of each participating partners. During the teaching of the subjects, all efforts will be made for the application of the innovative teaching methodology, for which a methodology aid will also be made.

The respective elements of the course, and also the modules, will be tested with the inclusion of the international partners in the framework of a pilot training. The corrections and further developments will be made, if relevant, using the findings and experiences of the pilot testing.

Electronic versions of the learning materials (E-platform) will also be developed, so as to make the research achievements available to as broad a circle as possible, and to allow diverse ways of learning about accessible tourism, even in the form of remote teaching.

Application monitoring
News reference

As part of the Erasmus+ project "Accessible Tourism", meetings and workshops took place in Poznań (Poland) from March 10 to 12,

The kick-off meeting of the ACCESSIBLE project was held on 8th and 9th of June 2023 in Pécs.