September 27, 2018
The European Day of Languages was marked in Dubrovnik on September 27, 2018 in the organization of Europski dom Dubrovnik. RIT Croatia students from the Dubrovnik campus were invited once again to take part in stressing out the importance of learning foreign languages for better communication across the globe.
Students were mentored by professor Zrinka Friganović Sain and they performed a sketch on the topic "Just another ordinary day at RIT Croatia”. The sketch put an emphasis on multicultural and multilingual environment that is present at our campus, therefore making it essential for all students to find a common language in order to communicate easier. We’ve had students from Croatia, Australia, Bulgaria, India, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and USA taking part in the sketch and they all did a great job representing the true tiger spiRIT.
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