BLOOD and autopsies were just part of a week's work for Huddersfield University forensic science students in Romania.
Demonstrations and lectures were given to the students in the capital, Bucharest, by some of Romania's most respected medical and legal experts.
Twenty-six students from the School of Applied Sciences attended a week-long course on forensic investigation.
Their hosts, from the Mina Minovici Institute of Forensic Medicine and the Alexandru Ioan Cuza Police Academy, wanted to strengthen links with the university.
Prof Dan Dermengiu, the institute's director, provided the students with a varied itinerary that showed them a range of forensic work.
First-year student Cara Felton said: "The trip was informative. I thoroughly enjoyed myself.
"I'm particularly pleased with the certificates we gained. They will be useful."