RIT/ACMT sent three freshman students from both of our campuses to participate in the annual Imagine RIT Festival held on May 4th, 2013.
Filip Brkić, IT student, represented our Dubrovnik campus and Jasmina Al Ghamel, IB student and Danijel Beslic, IT student, represented out Zagreb campus.
The Imagine RIT Festival is a series of exhibits and activities meant to showcase the interesting projects that Rochester students and community members have been working on. It is designed to demonstrate what can be accomplished when, as RIT President Bill Destler likes to say, "the right and left brain collide."
"Your efforts made this year's Imagine
RIT festival the best yet, and the range of creative and innovative work
displayed all over campus would be the envy of any college anywhere in the
world. Heartfelt thanks for your hard work, your commitment to making RIT
better and better, and for your stamina!", said President Bill Destler.
This was a unique opportunity for our students to visit the RIT campus and participate in this great event. "Before my trip I had a picture in my head of how RIT might look, with its huge campus and so many students. But when I arrived everything changed since the campus blew me off my feet. The best part was by far the RIT Imagine Festival. About thirty thousand people came from all over the world. We saw more than we could ve wished for. For me the only drawback was that the festival lasted for a short time, or at least that is how it seemed to me, as we had so much fun there.", Filip said.
Quality and excellence have always been embedded in RIT Croatia's DNA. As a global campus of RIT, we are committed to deliver exceptional studying and learning experiences for our students, we well as working experience for our employees.
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