Students from around the world came together to celebrate their cultures this week.
The University of Huddersfield held their bi-annual International Festival in a blur of world cuisine and dance.
Huddersfield prides itself as one of the most culturally diverse student populations in the country, and celebrates this twice a year with a festival to bring its mish-mash of cultures together.
There are more than 120 diffierent nationalities of students in the town, from Bulgaria to Kuwait to Malaysia.
The Quayside at the main campus was festooned with flags on Wednesday evening as the event took place.
Student societies put on a feast of free food from their native countries, such as Kazakhstan, Sri Lanka and and Pakistan.
Dance performances were also staged to showcase their cultures and traditional clothing.
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Contemporary Art student Laura Broome, who was one of the 1,200 students that attended, said: “I thought the event was great fun, very interesting and informative.
“There were things to see which I didn’t already know about and I began to understand about all the different cultures we have at the University.”
The University currently offices in China, Nigeria, Vietnam, United Arab Emirates and Hong Kong, with further plans to open more offices in other countries later this year.
Alan Tobi, the University’s International Student Experience Manager said: “It has been a great chance for all of our students at Huddersfield of every nationality to learn and understand each other through their passion for food, music, fashion and culture.
“Whether it was sampling food from Hong Kong, trying Morris dancing or watching a Sri Lankan performance, the whole campus came together for a spectacular day of activities.”