Imperial College African & Carribean Society (ICACS)
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ICACS was founded in 1998 with the objective of promoting Afro-Caribbean culture and celebrating diversity through food, art, music and much more in order to diversify the Imperial College community. Since then, ICACS has become one of the larger cultural societies at Imperial College London, composed of members in undergraduate and postgraduate courses such as (but not limited to) Engineering, Business and Computer Science.
The African Caribbean society is a welcoming community for people of any and every background.
If you are African, Caribbean or interested in celebrating african and carribean culture, then ACS is for you!
Throughout the year we have a wide variety of events lined up.
For our Caribbean culture lovers, our Reggae night is the event to be at!
We all need a fun night to take the edge off of uni and IMPULSE is a madness that should not be missed!
For an opportunity to mingle with other London African Caribbean societies, you should definitely be at the london acs ball!
To get those tips to success at uni and even opportunities from top organisations, our networking events are there to guide you.
For all the lovers of dance, you definitely want to be at our dance workshop with the amazing homebros and kwabena!
Our flagship event AFROGALA, is the biggest event of the year! Where all our members get to be involved in the creation of an amazing show for a good cause.
These are just a few of the amazing opportunities we have in store for you this year. So you definitely do not want to miss out!
Join us today!
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