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Academic and Ceremonial Dress Order 2005

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Orders/Other as made
The Order prescribes the academic and ceremonial dress of the University.
Administered by: DEST
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 s 54(2) item 6
Registered 07 Mar 2005
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR07-Mar-2005
Tabled Senate08-Mar-2005
Date of repeal 05 Aug 2006
Repealed by Academic and Ceremonial Dress Order 2006

THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

 

Academic and Ceremonial Dress Order 2005

(200500002)

 

 

The Council of the Australian National University makes this Order under section 2 of the Academic and Ceremonial Dress Statute 2005.

 

 

Dated: 25 February 2005.

 

 

 

 

Peter Baume AO

Chancellor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1       Name of Order

1.1       This is the Academic and Ceremonial Dress Order 2005.

2       Commencement

2.1       This Order commences on the later of:

              (a)   the day after it is registered; or

              (b)   the day on which the Academic and Ceremonial Dress Statute 2005 commences.

3       Interpretation

3.1       In this Order, a reference to silk includes a reference to silk substitute.

3.2       In this Order, a reference to a colour is to be read as a reference to that colour as defined in the Dictionary of Colour Standards (second edition, 1951) published by the British Colour Council, and, in particular:

·         a reference to the colour amethyst is to be read as a reference to the colour amethyst (B.C.C. 28) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour beetle green is to be read as a reference to the colour beetle green (B.C.C. 24) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour black is to be read as a reference to the colour jet black (B.C.C. 220) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour blue is to be read as a reference to the colour smalt (B.C.C. 147) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour bronze is to be read as a reference to the colour bronze (B.C.C. 116) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour brown is to be read as a reference to the colour chestnut (B.C.C. 60) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour claret is to be read as a reference to the colour claret (B.C.C. 36) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour coral is to be read as a reference to the colour coral (B.C.C. 93) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour cream is to be read as a reference to the colour cream (B.C.C. 3) as defined in that Dictionary.

·         a reference to the colour crimson is to be read as a reference to the colour medici crimson (B.C.C. 240) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour garnet is to be read as a reference to the colour garnet (B.C.C. 160) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour gold is to be read as a reference to the colour gold (B.C.C. 114) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour green is to be read as a reference to the colour malachite green (B.C.C. 23) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour jade is to be read as a reference to the colour jade (B.C.C. 122) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour lilac is to be read as a reference to the colour lilac (B.C.C. 176) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour nasturtium is to be read as a reference to the colour nasturtium (B.C.C. 96) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour old gold is to be read as a reference to the colour old gold (B.C.C. 115) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour pink is to be read as a reference to the colour blossom pink (B.C.C. 34) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour purple is to be read as a reference to the colour royal purple (B.C.C. 110) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour red is to be read as a reference to the colour brick red (B.C.C. 125) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour rose is to be read as a reference to the colour rose (B.C.C. 157) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour saffron is to be read as a reference to the colour saffron (B.C.C. 54) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour satinwood is to be read as a reference to the colour satinwood (B.C.C. 65) as defined in that Dictionary.

·         a reference to the colour scarlet is to be read as a reference to the colour Union Jack red (B.C.C. 210) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour silver is to be read as a reference to the colour silver (B.C.C. 153) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour terracotta is to be read as a reference to the colour terracotta (B.C.C. 133) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour turquoise blue is to be read as a reference to the colour turquoise blue (B.C.C. 118) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour turquoise is to be read as a reference to the colour honey bird  (B.C.C. 119) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour Union Jack red is to be read as a reference to the colour Union Jack red (B.C.C. 210) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour violet grey is to be read as a reference to the colour violet grey (B.C.C. 41) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour white is to be read as a reference to the colour white (B.C.C. 1) as defined in that Dictionary;

4       Academic Dress of Chancellor

4.1       The academic dress of the Chancellor is to be an ankle length robe made from black figured damask, with front facings 105mm wide at the shoulder and 130mm at the hemline and with a collar measuring approximately 340mm wide and 180mm deep at the back.

4.2       The back of the gown is to be pleated into the yoke and is to have a short train with a centre slit to knee height and the sleeves fitted and straight at the lower edge.

4.3       The robe is to be trimmed with gold lace of the oakleaf design as follows:

·         the facings, collar, hemline and centre back slit are to be 50mm wide;

·         there is to be a diamond shaped pattern in oakleaf lace at the top of the back slit;

·         there are to be two lines of gold lace under the armholes with a repeat diamond pattern atop; this is to measure 500mm from hem to top of diamond pattern;

·         there are to be 11 gold lace bars 42mm wide on each sleeve;

·         the sleeve openings are to be trimmed with gold lace 25mm wide.

4.4       With this gown is to be worn either:

              (a)   a black velvet trencher, the crown being trimmed with gold oakleaf lace 25mm wide and a flat gold covered button, affixed to the centre of the crown, from which hangs a gold bullion tassel 250mm in length; or

              (b)   a round black velvet bonnet, the edge of the brim of which is trimmed with gold ornamental braid, and a flat button, covered with gold oakleaf lace, is affixed to the centre of the crown, and the bonnet is worn with a gold cord and tassels.

5       Academic dress of Pro-Chancellor

5.1       The academic dress of the Pro-Chancellor is to be a robe of black damask fabric, made in the same style as worn by the Chancellor, also of ankle length, but trimmed with silver lace of the oakleaf design, in the same manner and dimensions as the Chancellor’s robe.

5.2 With this robe is to be worn either a black velvet trencher, or a round black velvet bonnet with cord and tassels, trimmed the same as for the Chancellor, but in silver.

6       Academic dress of Vice-Chancellor

6.1       The academic dress of the Vice-Chancellor is to be a gown of black damask that is approximately mid calf in length with the back and sleeves of the gown tightly gathered.

6.2       The sleeves are to have a boot of the same design as the Masters gown.

6.3       The gown is to be trimmed on the front and at the back of the neck with gold lace 60mm wide of the oakleaf design and the sleeve openings are also to be trimmed in gold oakleaf lace 25mm wide.

6.4       With this gown is to be worn either:

              (a)   a black velvet trencher, the crown of which is trimmed with gold oakleaf lace 25mm wide, and a gold beehive shaped top button from which hangs a gold bullion tassel 25cm in length; or

              (b)   a round black velvet bonnet with gold cord and tassel, both trimmed the same as for the Chancellor.

7       Academic dress of the Deputy Vice-Chancellors

7.1       The academic dress of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor is to be a gown of black damask fabric, made in the same style as worn by the Vice-Chancellor but trimmed with silver lace of the oakleaf design and in the same manner and dimensions as for the Vice-Chancellor.

7.2       With this gown is to be worn either a black velvet trencher or a round black velvet bonnet with cord and tassels, both trimmed the same as for the Vice-Chancellor, but in silver.

8       Academic dress of graduates

8.1       The academic dress of graduates of the University, being Bachelors, is to be:

              (a)   a gown of black cloth as traditionally worn at the University being heavily gathered on the back and on both shoulders with a curved yoke; with sleeves that are long and pointed (being 20cm from the bottom of the gown) with a decorative slit on the front seam; and

              (b)   a hood of black cloth in the style as traditionally worn at the University, in the shape known as the Burgon cut, faced on the inside with colours applicable to the degree or faculty as follows:

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Actuarial Studies – with 75mm of gold silk and 25mm of black silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Archaeological Practice – with 100mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Arts – with 100mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Arts (Art History and Curatorship) – with 100mm of blue silk

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Arts (Asian Studies) – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Arts (Australian Studies) – with 100mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Arts (Development Studies) – with 100mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Arts (Digital Arts) – with 75mm lilac silk and 25mm Union Jack red silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Arts (European Studies) – with 100mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) – with 100mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Arts (Policy Studies) – with 100mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Arts (Social Work) – with 100mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Arts (Visual) – with 100mm of Union Jack red silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Asian Studies – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Asian Studies (Arabic) – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Asian Studies (Chinese) – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Asian Studies (Hindi) – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Asian Studies (Indonesian) – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Asian Studies (Japanese) – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Asian Studies (Korean) – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Asian Studies (Thai) – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Asian Studies (Vietnamese) – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Biotechnology – with 75mm of green silk and 25mm of coral silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Chinese Studies – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Commerce – with 75mm of gold silk and 25mm of purple silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) (Industry Based Learning) – with 75mm of gold silk and 25 mm of purple silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Computational Science – with 75mm of green silk and 25mm of claret silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Economics – with 100mm of gold silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Economics (Honours) (Industry Based Learning) – with 100mm of gold silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Electronic Commerce – with 75mm of gold silk and 25mm of turquoise blue silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Engineering – with 100mm of jade silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Digital and Electronic Systems) – with 100mm of jade silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental Systems) – with 100mm of jade silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Manufacturing and Management Systems) – with 100mm of jade silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Materials and Mechanical Systems) – with 100mm of jade silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic Systems) – with 100mm of jade silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Photonic Systems) – with 100mm of jade silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Sustainable Energy Systems) – with 100mm of jade silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Communications Systems) – with 100mm of jade silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Semiconductor Electronics) – with 100mm of jade silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Engineering Systems) – with 100mm of jade silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Finance – with 75mm of gold silk and 25mm of Union Jack red silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Indonesian Studies – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Information Technology – with 100mm of claret silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Japanese Studies – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Laws – with 100mm of purple silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Letters – with 75mm of blue silk and 25 mm of white silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Medical Science – with 75 mm of green silk and 25mm of nasturtium silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery – with 100mm of turquoise silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Music – with 100mm of lilac silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Music (Composition) – with 100mm of lilac silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Music (Jazz) – with 100mm of lilac silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Music (Musicology) – with 100mm of lilac silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Music (Music Language and Techniques) with 100mm of lilac silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Music (Performance) – with 100mm of lilac silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of bronze silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Photonics – with 75mm of green silk and 25mm of violet grey silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Psychology – with 75mm of green silk and 25mm of white silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Religions (Asian Societies) – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Science – with 100mm of green silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Science (Forestry) – with 75mm of green silk and 25mm of brown silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Science (Psychology) – with 75mm of green silk and 25mm of white silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Science (Resource and Environmental Management) – with 75mm of green silk and 25mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Science (Science Communication) – with 75mm of green silk and 25mm of amethyst silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Security Analysis (Asia-Pacific) – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Software Engineering – with 100mm of jade silk;

·         for a degree of Bachelor of Translation (Asian Region) – with 75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk; and

              (c)   a square cap of black cloth with a black tassel.

8.2       The academic dress of graduates of the University, being Masters, is to be:

              (a)   a gown of black cloth as traditionally worn at the University being heavily gathered on the back and on both shoulders with a curved yoke with sleeves that are long and closed (being 20cm from the bottom of the gown) with a crescent shaped cut at the bottom and a bound opening for the arm at the elbow; and

              (b)   a hood of black cloth in the style as traditionally worn at the University and is in the shape known as the Burgon cut that is fully lined on the inside with colours applicable to the degree or faculty as follows:

·         for a degree of Executive Master of Business Administration – fully lined with saffron silk edged on the inside with 25mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Executive Master of Public Administration – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of red silk and 10mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Accounting – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of purple silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Actuarial Statistics – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of black silk and 10mm of cream silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Actuarial Studies – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of black silk and 10mm of cream silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Administrative Studies – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Agricultural Development Economics – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of green silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Anthropology – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of red silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of claret silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Applied Economics – fully lined with gold silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Applied Epidemiology – fully lined with garnet silk edged on the inside with 25mm of gold silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Applied Linguistics – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of garnet silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Applied Statistics – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of black  silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Arts – fully lined with blue silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Arts (Asian Studies) – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Arts (Electronic Arts) – fully lined with lilac silk edged on the inside with 100mm of Union Jack red silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Arts (International Relations) – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of saffron silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Arts (New Media Arts and Technology) – fully lined with lilac silk edged on the inside with 100mm of Union Jack red silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Arts (Strategic Studies) – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of Union Jack red silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Arts (Visual Arts) – fully lined with Union Jack red silk edged on the inside with 20mm of Union Jack red silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Asian Studies – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 15mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Business – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of purple silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Business Administration – fully lined with saffron silk and edged on the inside with 25mm of red silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Business Information Systems – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of turquoise blue silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Clinical Psychology – fully lined with green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of white silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Commerce – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of purple silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Commercial Law – fully lined with purple silk edged on the inside with 10mm of silver silk and 10mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Contemporary Science – fully lined with green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of rose silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Development Administration – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of blue silk and 10mm of white silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Diplomacy – fully lined with saffron silk edged on the inside with 25mm of satinwood silk;

·         for a degree of Master of East Asian Studies – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of terracotta silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Economic Policy – fully lined with gold silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Economics - fully lined with gold silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Economics of Development – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of green silk and 10mm of white silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Engineering – fully lined with jade silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Entrepreneurial Management – fully lined with jade silk edged on the inside with 25mm of saffron silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Environmental Law – fully lined with purple silk edged on the inside with 10mm of gold silk and 10mm of green silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Environmental Law, Management and Business – fully lined with purple silk edged on the inside with 10mm of red silk and 10mm of green silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Environmental Management and Development – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of beetle green silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Environmental Science – fully lined with green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of gold silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Finance – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of black silk and 10mm of Union Jack red silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Financial Management – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of Union Jack red silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Forestry – fully lined with green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of brown silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Geographical Science – fully lined with green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Government and Commercial Law – fully lined with purple silk edged on the inside with 25mm of silver silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Information Systems Studies – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 25 mm of turquoise blue silk

·         for a degree of Master of Information Technology (eScience) – fully lined on the inside with claret silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Infrastructure Management – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of gold silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Intellectual Property Law – fully lined with purple silk edged on the inside with 25mm of pink silk;

·         for a degree of Master of International and Development Economics – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of green silk and 10mm of white silk;

·         for a degree of Master of International Affairs – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of lilac silk;

·         for a degree of Master of International Law – fully lined with purple silk edged on the inside with 10mm of gold silk and 10mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Master of International Management – fully lined with red silk edged on the inside with 25mm of saffron silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Laws – fully lined with purple silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Laws (Legal Practice) – fully lined with purple silk edged on the inside with 25mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Laws (Public Law) – fully lined with purple silk edged on the inside with 25mm of gold silk and 10mm of red silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Legal Studies – fully lined with purple silk edged on the inside with 25mm of crimson silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Legal Studies (Public Law) – fully lined with purple silk edged on the inside with 25mm crimson silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Letters – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm white silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Linguistics – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of garnet silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Management – fully lined with saffron silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Management (Health Services Administration) – fully lined with saffron silk edged on the inside with 25mm of claret silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Management (Technology) – fully lined with saffron silk edged on the inside with 25mm of jade silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Marketing – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of purple silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Mathematical Sciences – fully lined with green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of red silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Middle Eastern and Central Asian Studies – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of brown silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Music – fully lined with lilac silk edged on the inside with 20mm of lilac silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Philosophy – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of cream silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Photonics – fully lined with green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of violet grey silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Population Health – fully lined with garnet silk edged on the inside with 25mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Population Studies – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of green silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Professional Accounting – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of purple silk

·         for a degree of Master of Public Administration – with gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of red silk and 10mm of blue silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Public Lawfully lined with purple silk edged on the inside with 10mm of gold silk and 10mm of red silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Public Policyfully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 10mm of gold silk and 10mm of purple silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Public Policy (Executive) – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 10mm of gold silk and 10mm of purple silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Regulatory Economics – fully lined with gold silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Resource and Environmental Studies – fully lined with red silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Science – fully lined with green silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Software Engineering – fully lined with jade silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Statistics – fully lined with gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of black silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Strategic Affairs – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of Union Jack red silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Translation Studies – fully lined with blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of garnet silk;

·         for a degree of Master of Visual Arts – fully lined with Union Jack red silk; and

              (c)   a square cap of black cloth with a black tassel.

8.3       The academic dress of graduates of the University, being Doctors of Philosophy, is to be:

              (a)   a gown of black cloth in the same shape and style as worn by Masters of the University faced with a blue corded fabric 100mm in width; and

              (b)   a hood of the style as traditionally worn at the University and of the full shape cut made from blue corded fabric and fully lined with the same blue corded fabric; and

              (b)   a round black velvet cap with a blue cord and tassel.

8.4       The academic dress of graduates of the University, being graduates awarded honorary doctorates or higher doctorates, is to be:

              (a)   a gown of scarlet cloth, of the design and shape as traditionally worn at the University, being heavily gathered on the back and both shoulders with a curved shaped yoke, with bell shaped sleeves, and faced with 115mm of silk like fabric as follows:

·         for a degree of Doctor of Fine Arts – silver;

·         for a degree of Doctor of Laws – purple;

·         for a degree of Doctor of Letters – blue;

·         for a degree of  Doctor of Music – lilac;

·         for a degree of Doctor of Science – green;

·         for a degree of Doctor of the University – old gold; and

              (b)   a hood of scarlet cloth of the same full shape cut (as for a degree of Doctor of Philosophy), and as traditionally worn at the University, each hood being fully lined with the same colour as the facing on the gown, as follows:

·         for a degree of Doctor of Fine Arts – with silver corded silk;

·         for a degree of Doctor of Laws – with purple corded silk;

·         for a degree of Doctor of Letters – with blue corded silk;

·         for a degree of Doctor of Music – with lilac corded silk;

·         for a degree of Doctor of Science – with green corded silk;

·         for a degree of Doctor of the University – with old gold corded silk; and

              (c)   a round black velvet cap with a gold cord and tassel.

8.5       The academic dress of graduates of the University, being awarded the following professional doctorates, namely:

·         Doctor of Juridical Science

·         Doctor of Policy Administration

·         Doctor of Population Health

·         Doctor of Psychology (Clinical)

is to be:

              (a)   a gown of black cloth in the same shape and style as worn by Masters of the University faced with a blue corded fabric 100mm in width; and

              (b)   a hood of the style as traditionally worn at the University and of the full shape cut made from blue corded fabric and fully lined with the same blue corded fabric edged on the inside with 25mm of claret in the same fabric; and

              (c)   a round black velvet cap with a blue cord and tassel.

9       Academic dress of undergraduates

9.1       The academic dress of undergraduates of the University is to be a gown of black cloth of a style approved by the Council.


10     Academic dress of graduates of the former Institute of the Arts

10.1     The academic dress of graduates of the former Institute of the Arts, being awarded Diplomas and Associate Diplomas of Arts, is to be a gown made from black cloth in the style of this University and no headgear is to be worn.

10.2     The academic dress of graduates of the former Institute of the Arts, being awarded Advanced Diploma of Music and Advanced Diploma of Music (Jazz Studies), is to be:

·         a gown made from black cloth in the style of this University; and

·         a stole made of black cloth and edged with 25mm of lilac silk; and

·         appropriate headgear.

10.3     The academic dress of graduates of the former Institute of the Arts, being awarded Graduate Diplomas, is to be:

·         a Bachelor gown of the style as traditionally worn at this University; and

·         appropriate headgear; and

·         a stole:

               (i)   for an award of Graduate Diploma of Art (Visual) – made of red silk; and

              (ii)   for an award of Graduate Diploma in Music – made of lilac silk; and

             (iii)   for an award of Graduate Diploma in Electronic Arts – made of a combination of red and lilac silk.

11     Academic dress of the academic staff other than graduates of the University

11.1     The academic dress of the academic staff other than graduates of the University is to be a Masters gown with a silver stole bearing two horizontal blue stripes.

11.2     Nothing in subclause 11.1 prevents a graduate member of the academic staff wearing, as academic dress, the academic dress appropriate to his or her degree.

11.3     The academic dress of professors, directors and deans of the University, and guests holding a doctorate from another university is to be:

·         a black cloth gown with 100mm of silver silk on the front facing and over the shoulders, and with bell shaped sleeves, the lower three-quarters of which with contrast cloth; and

·         a black bonnet trimmed with blue cord and blue tassel.

11.4     Nothing in subclause 11.3 prevents professors, directors and deans of the University and guests holding a doctorate from another university wearing, as academic dress, the academic dress appropriate to his or her degree.

12     Ceremonial dress for non-graduate members of Council

12.1     The ceremonial dress of non-graduate members of Council is to be

·         a Masters gown with a silver stole bearing the University Crest; or

·         a Masters gown with 100mm of silver silk on the front facing and around a square collar, embroidered with the University’s arms on the left facing.

13     Ceremonial dress for members of the general staff

13.1     The ceremonial dress of members of the general staff is to be a Masters gown.

13.2     Nothing in subclause 13.1 prevents a graduate member of the general staff wearing, as academic dress, the academic dress appropriate to his or her degree.

14        Ceremonial dress for guest speakers at conferring ceremonies

14.1 The ceremonial dress of a guest speaker at a conferring of degrees ceremony is to be:

              (a)   a Masters gown with a silver stole bearing the University crest, and a round black velvet bonnet with a blue cord and blue tassel; or

              (b)   the academic dress appropriate to his or her degree.

15     Revocation

15.1 The Council Resolution on Academic and Ceremonial Dress, as amended and in force immediately before the commencement of this Order, is revoked.

 

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