CaucaSusT is a project among Armenian, Austrian and Georgian universities. The partners aim to address real-life challenges of sustainable tourism development in cooperation in the  Caucasus region, together with the local population and other Stakeholders.

Project information is also available on the CaucaSusT page of the APPEAR programme.


The CaucaSusT Project has ended on 30 November 2020. The final presentation of the CaucaSusT project took place on Jan 27, 2021, online. The presentation can be downloaded here: APPEAR_CaucaSusT_presentation.

The Manual for University Lecturers on Developing and Implementing a Transdisciplinary Case Study Course has been finished! The English version is available here: CaucaSusT Manual_Implementing a TD Case Study Course. The Armenian_Manual and Georgian_Manual versions have been produced. The electronic versions in Armenian and Georgian might still be updated.


The reports from the Case Study Courses 2020 will be available here in early 2021.

Student reports from the Case Study Courses in 2019 are now available here 🙂.

The CaucaSusT project, specifically its activities in Georgia, was discussed at an Austrian TV programme (in German) by the Austrian project partners.

Impressions from Field Work in 2019

The TD Case Study Course in Dilijan, Armenia, took place on June 20-30, 2019


The TD Summer School took place on 1-6 July, 2019 in Kazbegi, Georgia.

The TD Case Study Course in Kazbegi, Georgia took place on 9-20 July, 2019 in Tbilisi and Kazbegi, Georgia




The second Caucasus Mountain Forum took place on October 30 – November 2, 2019, in Ankara, Turkey. More information can be found at the website of the Scientific Network for the Caucasus Mountain Region.


Three students from ASPU successfully finished their Erasmus+ exchange at BOKU: Ani Mkrtumyan, a PhD student and Master students Narek Sahakyan and Tigran Yengibaryan.