International Dinner at Dubrovnik and Zagreb Campuses




International Dinner is a traditional event organized by RIT Croatia students at both campuses, during which they demonstrate their competences in cooking and preparing tasteful meals typical for different cultural environments. It is one of the favorite social gatherings at RIT Croatia through which we promote multicultural experience and multicultural understanding. When our foreign language professors started with this event, their primary goal was to help our students to find out more about the culture and customs of different countries and to have fun in doing so. In the past 15 years, students had the pleasure to taste some excellent French, German, Italian and Spanish dishes, and also some other exquisite dishes from all over the world.This event is an important part of foreign language education and it helps students understand and enjoy more about the cultures of the language that they are studying.

This year our students made 32 dishes at the Dubrovnik campus and 47 dishes at the Zagreb campus and they voted for their best dish and the most original dish.

DUBROVNIK CAMPUS - Winning dishes

Best dish:Schwarzwälderkirschtorte madebyBeginning German studentsMario Mijalić & Redžep Kolar

Most original dish:Salpicón made by Intermediate Spanish studentsIvana Cumeljan & Nikolina Grljušić

ZAGREB CAMPUS - Winning dishes

Best dish:Bruschettimade by Intermediate Italian students Kristijan Talajić & Ivan Tabula

Most original dish:Quiche aux légumesmade by French students Mihaela Ćališ, Katarina Škugor & Diellza Agolli

We congratulate to all the winners!

Moreover, we give special thanks to our foreign language professors, Nikolina Božinović, Barbara Perić and Zrinka Friganović-Sain, whose support, guidance and continuing engagement made this event such a success, and an important part of RIT Croatia’s tradition.

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