Dress Code

In the International Hospitality Management and Gastronomy School we highlight the importance of dressing business style, in order to prepare students for future working environment and teach them to look appropriate on a casual basis. Dressing is a part of non-verbal communication - it presents a visual image and sends a message that the employees are professional. In order to make a good first impression, business clothing style is considered to be the necessary part of business etiquette. With this, we want to teach our students the way of corporate and stylish life.

The uniforms consist of five mandatory pieces of clothing for both men and women.

Men:

1. Clean black suit (both the jacket and the pants must be from the same fabric and style);

2. White shirt with a classical collar without any embroidering on it;

3. Simple red tie without any embroidering on it;

4. Clean, black shoes;

5. Black belt with a simple buckle.

Women

1. Clean, black suit that can consist of both pants or skirt (must be from the same fabric and in the same style);

2. White shirt with a classical collar without any embroidering on it;

3. Simple red scarf (neckerchief) without any embroidering on it;

4. Clean, black high heels (not higher than 7 centimeters) or clean, black pumps;

5. Black belt with a simple buckle.

We recommend that some pieces of clothing (such as shirts, ties and neckerchiefs) are more than 1 in a students’ wardrobe. And when it comes to the suit, a spare is also a good idea in case it becomes dirty and it is unable to be washed/dried for a short period of time.

As undergarments, the student must wear clean, black socks (men) or clean, black socks or black stockings (women). No piece of undergarments should be visible through the shirt or the pants.