Within the project "The World in One City" 30 United World College Mostar students from 30 different countries presented their traditional costumes and cultures in a small fashion show at the Old Bridge in Mostar. Iman Dilberović, a second-year tourism student, came up with the project idea. It was implemented in collaboration with the study coordinator, Professor Amela Piralić, Adla Velagić, the public relations and communications coordinator for UWC Mostar, and Haris Idriz, the head of the development and cooperation department at UWC Mostar.
"We have been actively working on the project for four to five months. Because the tourism industry needs constant improvement, I came up with the idea to carry out this project, which will also contribute to the promotion of the Tourism Studies Programme, at the Dzemal Bijedic University of Mostar, United World College in Mostar, and the City. The goal is to create a promotional video that will be on various media and social networks. We want to encourage young people to enroll in the Tourism Studies Programme too." Iman explained.
"We are pleased to be part of this project. Considering all the positive reactions to the traditional event organized by the college, "Around the World in 80 Minutes," which represents world traditions and cultures, we believe that the project "World in One City" can significantly contribute to the promotion of the City of Mostar in the world. Especially since we plan to present the promotional video to colleges from 18 countries around the world," said Adla Velagić.