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- to conceive and operationalise a transferable research design with which to investigate at a multi-national level how heritage should be managed and planned in the context of contemporary spatial and societal transformations and related sustainable development goals;
- to develop a skill set with innovative analytical concepts, methods and tools, implementing and evaluating them in practice;
- to provide researchers and practitioners of spatial heritage planning with an innovative and diverse set of concepts, techniques and skills for promoting and supporting co-creative approaches;
- to establish a new European PhD-training standard in the transdisciplinary area of heritage and spatial planning,
- to offer ‘on the job’ training of scientific and complementary professional skills, expose the students to multiple audiences (also in dissemination) and raise students’ future job opportunities;
- to guarantee sustainability of the HERILAND College as a European-wide platform for collaborative research and training.