BIG Week's Back

22 August 2016

The Opening Ceremony for our special Olympic-themed BIG Week gave staff and students the chance to get to know each other...

The games in Rio may have just ended but the Olympic flame at IMI is still burning bright!

To welcome our new students for term 2016C, we are holding a special Olympic-themed BIG Week.

This will involve activities and social events to let our new and returning students get to know each other better and settle in to their new home here in Switzerland.

The "Opening Ceremony" was our traditional BIG Breakfast where staff and students could mingle and (start to) get to know all the new names and faces. 

Throughout the week there will be various ice-breaker events and information sessions before our grand finale on Friday afternoon where we will host the inaugural IMI Olympic Games followed by a BBQ for all students and staff.

Our BIG Weeks are really important in allowing our students to feel happy and comfortable in their new environment and, with its Olympic theme, we are confident this BIG Week will be bigger and better than ever!

Below are photos from the BIG Breakfast...

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