National Dress Day

31 March 2017

We celebrated the many different nationalities on the IMI campus by letting students and staff wear their traditional national clothing...

Cultural understanding and the exchanging of ideas can happen in many different ways..

Music, food and clothing are all strongly associated with cultural identity and can vary significantly from country to country and continent to continent.

With around 35 different nationalities here on the IMI campus, we are always looking for different ways to explore and celebrate our diversity.

Our National Dress Day was a ways for students and staff to share their country's traditions through colour, design and clothing.

Walking through the campus, it was incredible to see the variety of styles and fashions on display. It was also great to see the smiles on the students' faces as they shared a small aspect of their culture.

As an international education institution that welcomes students from around the world, we regularly host events like this which bring our students' true identities and backgrounds to the fore.

International Dress Day was a great success and we look forward to getting more insight into our many cultures when we celebrate our International Day later this year...  

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