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July is always a fun month on the IMI campus - the sun is shining, term is coming to an end and the Summer break offers a chance for students to travel, relax and re-energise!
The only sad part is that we have to lose the students coming to the end of their degree study. (Although, as we say, we never really lose students as they always remain a part of the global IMI family).
To celebrate the close of another action-packed and busy term, we held a special BBQ on the IMI terrace with our chefs on the grill, staff serving drinks and a DJ playing relaxed Summer tunes.
It was a perfect atmosphere for students and staff to unwind and share many happy memories of both the last term and, for those students leaving us, their time at IMI, the many experiences they have had and the many friends they have made.
We wish all our students a very enjoyable and relaxing Summer – for those who go on internship, we wish them the best of luck and a rewarding experience; for those returning next term, we look forward to seeing you refreshed and re-vitalised in a few weeks; and for those heading into the world of industry, we are sure you will have great success and take the lessons learned at IMI to achieve great things in your future!
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