For many of INTO's students, Halloween isn't something they've
celebrated before - but as the pictures show, plenty of them were
willing to try on costumes and join Halloween parties. Staff
meanwhile embraced their inner ghoul with fiendish costumes. Make
sure you click some of the links below for some hilarious
At INTO Newcastle University, the centre held a Halloween party
for students in a local pub. Lots of the students dressed up, with vampires,
nuns, zombies and a Buzz Lightyear all making an appearance.
Staff members Lauren, Tammy and Cindy awarded prizes for the
Over at INTO University of Exeter, staff dressed up in a
brilliant collection of creepy costumes, and the centre's
reception was decorated for the day. In the café, Al served up
pumpkin soup, Halloween cakes and toffee apples for students to
try, with all proceeds going to INTO Giving.
At INTO Scotland, students were able to try on a selection of
costumes and masks, posing for frighteningly funny photographs, with plenty of
treats given out for taking part. Some students even wore their
masks to class and gave their teachers a shock!
Scary skulls were hidden around INTO Manchester on Monday for a
Halloween version of hide-and-seek. Students won creepy prizes when
they found them. Check out one student's skulls here.
INTO University of East Anglia staff decorated the centre for
the day. Many of the students joined the University International
Student Society's Halloween party at a nightclub in Norwich, while
others attended the South-East Asian Society's party at a local
INTO OSU staff and students embraced the spirit of the day with
lots of colourful
At INTO UEA London and INTO City University London, Centre
Director Martin Halsall had to learn the hard way that tricks and treats go
hand in hand. The centres held a joint Halloween party for
staff and students organised by Social Programme Coordinator Andra.
The second floor was covered in decorations as 150 students and
staff members took over the centre in amazing costumes.
Partygoers enjoyed hotdogs, party food and drinks and finished the
evening with a dance-off between students and staff.
In sunny Florida, more than 180 people attended INTO USF's
party, with lots of the students going all out with their costumes. A
costume contest was held as well as a raffle, and students enjoyed
ghoulish food and cakes. With American and international songs
playing in the background, students learned a variety of dances
including the Dougie, the Wobble and Cha Cha slide.
Well done to everyone who worked hard on making Halloween
special for students - from all those photos, it looks like you all
had lots of fun!