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Academic and Ceremonial Dress Order 2010

Authoritative Version
Orders/Other as made
This Order provides for and describes the academic and ceremonial dress of the Australian National University.
Administered by: Education, Employment and Workplace Relations
Made 23 Jul 2010
Registered 27 Jul 2010
Tabled HR 28 Sep 2010
Tabled Senate 28 Sep 2010
Date of repeal 02 Aug 2011
Repealed by Academic and Ceremonial Dress Order 2011

THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

 

 

Academic and Ceremonial Dress Statute 2005

 

ACADEMIC AND CEREMONIAL DRESS ORDER 2010

 

 

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

 

Dated: 23 July 2010.

 

 

 

 

 

Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AO QC

CHANCELLOR

 

PART 1: Preliminary

1       Name of Order

1.1       This is the Academic and Ceremonial Dress Order 2010.

2       Commencement

2.1       This Order commences on the day after it is registered.

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 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 green beetle is to be read as a reference to the colour green beetle (B.C.C. 24) 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 powder blue is to be read as a reference to the colour powder blue (B.C.C. 193) 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 old 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 sapphire is to be read as a reference to the colour sapphire (B.C.C. 88) 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 silver is to be read as a reference to the colour silver grey (B.C.C. 153) as defined in that Dictionary;

·         a reference to the colour spectrum blue is to be read as a reference to the colour spectrum blue (B.C.C. 86) 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 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 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 Union Jack blue is to be read as a reference to the colour Union Jack blue (B.C.C. 218) 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.

3.3       In this Order, a reference to a Bachelor gown or a Master gown is to be read as a reference to such a gown made of black fabric and of the style as traditionally worn at the University.

Part 2: Ceremonial Dress

4       Ceremonial Dress: Chancellor

4.1       The ceremonial 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 robe is to be pleated into the yoke and is to have a short train with a centre slit to knee height with sleeves that are long and fitted, closed 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 48mm wide;

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

·         each armhole is to be a horizontal slit at the elbow with a 250mm vertical slit atop, all trimmed with 20mm gold oakleaf lace with pointed edges;

·         there are to be 11 gold lace bars, each 40mm wide, on each sleeve;

·         the sleeve openings are to be trimmed with gold lace 20mm wide.

4.4       With this robe is to be worn either:

              (a)   a black velvet trencher, the crown being trimmed with gold oakleaf lace 20mm wide and a beehive 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       Ceremonial dress: Pro-Chancellor

5.1       The ceremonial 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       This robe does not have a train.

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

6       Ceremonial dress: Vice-Chancellor

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

6.2       The sleeves of this gown are to have a boot of the same design as the Master 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 20mm wide.

6.4       With this gown is to be worn either:

              (a)   a black velvet trencher, the crown being trimmed with gold oakleaf lace 20mm wide and a beehive 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.

7       Ceremonial dress: Deputy Vice-Chancellor

7.1       The ceremonial 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 silver cord and tassels, trimmed the same as for the Vice-Chancellor, but in silver.

8       Ceremonial dress: University Marshal

8.1       The ceremonial dress of the University Marshal is to be a gown of sapphire cloth with gathering at the back yoke and on the sleeves, in the style of a Bachelor gown but with elongated sleeves.

8.2       The 120mm front facings of this gown are in old gold and the inside of the gown and the inside of the elongated sleeves are also fully lined in the same gold. 

8.3       This gown, which closes at the neckline, is adorned with a special design high collar and is fastened at the neckline with gold ornamentation.

8.4       With this gown is to be worn a round black velvet bonnet trimmed with blue and gold cord and tassels.

9       Ceremonial dress: Deputy Marshal

9.1       The ceremonial dress of the Deputy Marshal is to be a Bachelor gown of sapphire cloth with 100mm front facings of old gold which extend around the neckline.

9.2       With this gown is to be worn a round black velvet bonnet trimmed with blue and gold cord and tassels.

10     Ceremonial dress: Esquire Bedel

10.1     The ceremonial dress of the Esquire Bedel is to be a Master gown of black corded silk, the sleeve openings of which are trimmed with 45mm gold oak leaf lace.

10.2     A collar of black brocade which is edged with 45mm gold oak leaf lace is attached to the back of this gown.

10.3     With this gown is to be worn a round black velvet bonnet trimmed with gold cord and tassels, a jabot consisting of 2 tabs on a collar and white wrist length gloves.

11     Ceremonial dress: members of Council

11.1     The ceremonial dress of a member of the Council is to be a Master gown with 115mm of silver silk on the front facing with two horizontal blue stripes on each face.

11.2     The back collar of this gown is faced around all sides with 100mm of the same silver silk.

11.3     An embroidered University badge is attached to the left hand front facing of the gown and is positioned 100mm down from the front yoke seam.

11.4     A round black velvet bonnet trimmed with silver cord and silver tassels is to be worn.

11.5     However, nothing in this clause prevents a member of Council from wearing, as ceremonial dress, any academic dress to which the person may be entitled.

12     Ceremonial dress: Chancellor’s party

12.1     The ceremonial dress of the Head of each ANU College, directors of faculties, research schools and schools mentioned in subrule 7.3 of the Membership of the Council Rules, directors of University Centres, heads of residential Halls and Colleges, and other members of the Chancellor’s party is to be:

              (a)   a gown of black cloth in the style of the University’s higher doctorate gown with 100mm of silver silk on the front facing extending around the neckline, and with bell shaped sleeves, the lower three-quarters of which faced with silver cloth; and

              (b)   a round black velvet bonnet trimmed with blue cord and blue tassels.

12.2     However, nothing in this clause prevents a member of the Chancellor’s party from wearing, as ceremonial dress, any academic dress to which the person may be entitled.

13     Ceremonial dress: academic staff and invited members of academic procession 

13.1     The ceremonial dress of the academic staff and invited members of the academic procession is to be any academic dress to which the person may be entitled, or:

              (a)   a Master gown with 100mm of blue silk on the front facing or a Master gown with a silver stole 100mm in width; and

              (b)   a round black velvet bonnet trimmed with blue cord and blue tassels may be worn.

14     Ceremonial dress: guest speakers at conferring ceremonies

14.1     The ceremonial dress of a guest speaker at a conferring of degrees ceremony is to be as for members of the Chancellor's party.

14.2     However, nothing in this clause prevents a guest speaker from wearing, as ceremonial dress, any academic dress to which the person may be entitled.

15     Ceremonial dress: members of general staff

15.1     The ceremonial dress of members of the general staff is to be a Bachelor gown with which a trencher of black cloth with a black tassel may be worn.

15.2     However nothing in this clause prevents a member of the general staff from wearing, as ceremonial dress, any academic dress to which the person may be entitled.

Part 3: Academic Dress

16     Interpretation: Part 3 and Schedule

16.1     To avoid doubt, in this Part or in a Schedule, a reference to:

              (a)   a hood fully lined or faced with a single colour on the inside is a reference to a hood that is fully lined or edged on the posterior side of the hood with the colour of the award; and

              (b)   a hood fully lined or faced with 2 colours on the inside is a reference to a hood on which the first named colour is innermost with the second colour outermost on the posterior side of the hood; and

              (c)   a hood fully lined or faced with 3 colours on the inside is a reference to a hood on which the second named colour is between the first and third named colours, the third named colour being outermost on the posterior side of the hood.

17     Academic dress: graduates (higher doctorates)

17.1     The academic dress of a graduate of the University, being awarded or holding a higher doctorate, is to be:

              (a)   a gown of Union Jack red 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 plain bell shaped sleeves with 115mm of silk on the front facing 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 Medicine – turquoise;

·         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 Union Jack red cloth of the same shape and style 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 Medicine – with turquoise 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 bonnet with a gold cord and tassels.

[NOTE: The degree of Doctor of the University is only awarded as an honorary degree.]

18     Academic dress: graduates (Doctor of Philosophy)

18.1     The academic dress of a graduate of the University being awarded or holding a degree of Doctor of Philosophy is to be:

              (a)   a gown of black cloth in the same shape and style as worn by Masters of the University with 100mm of blue corded silk on the front facing; and

              (b)   a hood of the Cambridge design as traditionally worn at the University made from, and fully lined with, blue corded silk fabric; and

              (c)   a round black velvet bonnet with a blue cord and tassels.

19     Academic dress: graduates (professional doctorates)

19.1     The academic dress of a graduate of the University, being awarded or holding one of the following professional doctorates, namely:

·         Doctor of Diplomatic Studies;

·         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 with 100mm of blue corded silk on the front facing; and

              (b)   a hood of the Cambridge design as traditionally worn at the University made from, and fully lined with, blue corded silk fabric and edged on the inside with 25mm of claret in the same fabric; and

              (c)   a round black velvet bonnet with a blue cord and tassels.

20     Academic dress: Master graduates and Juris Doctor graduates

20.1     The academic dress of a graduate of the University, being awarded or holding a degree of Master or a degree of Juris Doctor, 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 in the shape known as the Oxford Burgon cut, and that is lined on the inside with colours applicable to the relevant master degree as set out in Schedule 1 Part 1 or 2, or, for a degree of Juris Doctor, as set out in Part 3 of that Schedule; and

              (c)   a trencher of black cloth with a black tassel.

21     Academic dress: Bachelor graduates

21.1     The academic dress of a graduate of the University, being awarded or holding a degree of Bachelor, 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 Oxford Burgon cut, and that is faced on the inside with colours applicable to the degree as set out in Schedule 2; and

              (c)   a trencher of black cloth with a black tassel.

22     Academic dress: graduates of former Institute of the Arts

22.1     The academic dress of a graduate of the former Institute of the Arts holding a Diploma or Associate Diploma of Arts, is to be a Bachelor gown with which no headgear is to be worn.

22.2     The academic dress of a graduate of the former Institute of the Arts, holding an Advanced Diploma of Music or an Advanced Diploma of Music (Jazz Studies), is to be:

              (a)   a Bachelor gown; and

              (b)   a stole made of black cloth 100mm in width faced with 25mm of lilac silk; and

              (c)   a trencher of black cloth with a black tassel.

22.3     The academic dress of a graduate of the former Institute of the Arts, holding a Graduate Diploma, is to be:

              (a)   a Bachelor gown; and

              (b)   a trencher of black cloth with a black tassel; and

              (c)   a stole of black cloth 100mm in width:

                           (i)   for an award of Graduate Diploma of Art (Visual) – faced with 100mm of Union Jack red silk; and

                          (ii)   for an award of Graduate Diploma in Music – faced with 100mm of lilac silk; and

                         (iii)   for an award of Graduate Diploma in Electronic Arts – faced with 75mm of Union Jack red silk and 25mm of lilac silk.

23     Academic dress: associate degree awards

23.1     The academic dress of a person holding or being awarded an associate degree is to be a Bachelor gown, with a stole of black cloth 100mm in width faced with 100mm of silk with colours applicable to the award as set out in Schedule 7, and with which no headgear is to be worn.

24     Academic dress: non-degree awards

24.1     The academic dress of a person holding or being awarded a non-degree award of the University is to be:

              (a)   for a graduate diploma or certificate, a Bachelor gown with a stole of black cloth 100mm in width faced with 100mm of silk with colours applicable to the award as set out in Schedule 3 or 4, and a trencher of black cloth with a black tassel; and

              (b)   for an undergraduate diploma, a Bachelor gown with a stole of black cloth 100mm in width faced with 100mm of silk with colours applicable to the award as set out in Schedule 5 or 6, and with which no headgear is to be worn.

25     Academic dress: undergraduates

25.1     The academic dress of undergraduates of the University is to be a gown of black cloth of a style approved by the Council and with which no headgear is to be worn.

Part 4: Miscellaneous

26     Honorary degrees

26.1     To avoid doubt, the academic dress of a person holding or being awarded an honorary degree is to be the academic dress prescribed in Part 3 for the corresponding degree.

27     Repeal

27.1 The Academic and Ceremonial Dress Order 2009, as amended and in force immediately before the commencement of this Order, is repealed.

SCHEDULE 1

TABLE OF HOOD COLOURS FOR MASTER DEGREES AND DEGREE OF JURIS DOCTOR

Part 1

Subclause 20.1

AWARD: Degree of Executive Master

HOOD: Fully lined with

Business Administration

saffron silk edged on the inside with 25mm of blue silk

Public Administration

gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of red silk and 10mm of blue silk

 

Part 2

Subclause 20.1

AWARD: Degree of Master

HOOD: Fully lined with

Accounting

gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of purple silk

Actuarial Statistics

gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of black silk and 10mm of cream silk

Actuarial Studies

gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of black silk and 10mm of cream silk

Administrative Studies

gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of blue silk

Advanced Studies

white silk

Agricultural Development Economics

gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of green silk

Anthropology

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of red silk

Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of claret silk

Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development (Research)

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of claret silk

Applied Economics

gold silk

Applied Epidemiology

garnet silk edged on the inside with 25mm of gold silk

Applied Linguistics

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of garnet silk

Applied Statistics

gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of black  silk

Archaeological Science

blue silk

Arts

blue silk

Arts (Asian Studies)

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of terracotta silk

Arts (Asia-Pacific Studies)

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of terracotta silk

Arts (Electronic Arts)

lilac silk edged on the inside with 100mm of Union Jack red silk

Arts (International Relations)

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of saffron silk

Arts (New Media Arts and Technology)

lilac silk edged on the inside with 100mm of Union Jack red silk

Arts (Southeast Asian Studies)

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of terracotta silk

Arts (Strategic Studies)

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of Union Jack red silk

Arts (Visual Arts)

Union Jack red silk edged on the outside with 20mm of Union Jack red silk

Asia and the Pacific (Honours)

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm terracotta silk

Asian Studies

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of terracotta silk

Asia-Pacific Studies

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of terracotta silk

Biotechnology

green silk

Business

gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of purple silk

Business Administration

saffron silk edged on the inside with 25mm of red silk

Business Information Systems

gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of powder blue silk

Chemistry

green silk

Climate Change

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm terracotta silk

Clinical Psychology

green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of white silk

Commerce

gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of purple silk

Commercial Law

purple silk edged on the inside with 10mm of silver silk and 10mm of blue silk

Computing

claret silk

Computing (Software Engineering)

claret silk

Contemporary Science

green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of rose silk

Culture, Health and Medicine

blue silk

Design Arts

Union Jack red silk

Development Administration

gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of blue silk and 10mm of white silk

Digital Media and the Web

blue silk

Diplomacy

saffron silk edged on the inside with 25mm of satinwood silk

Diplomatic Studies

saffron silk edged on the inside with 25mm satinwood silk

East Asian Studies

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of terracotta silk

Economic Policy

gold silk

Economics

gold silk

Economics of Development

gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of green silk and 10mm of white silk

Engineering

jade silk

Entrepreneurial Management

jade silk edged on the inside with 25mm of saffron silk

Environment

green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of blue silk

Environmental and Resource Economics

gold silk

Environmental Law

purple silk edged on the inside with 10mm of gold silk and 10mm of green silk

Environmental Law, Management and Business

purple silk edged on the inside with 10mm of red silk and 10mm of green silk

Environmental Management and Development

gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of green beetle silk

Environmental Science

green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of gold silk

Finance

gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of black silk and 10mm of Union Jack red silk

Financial Management

gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of Union Jack red silk

Forestry

green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of brown silk

Geographical Sciences

green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of blue silk

Government and Commercial Law

purple silk edged on the inside with 25mm of silver silk

Health Economics

gold silk

Higher Education

blue silk

Information and Communication Technology

claret silk

Information Systems Studies

gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of powder blue silk

Information Technology (eScience)

claret silk

Information Technology Studies

claret silk

Infrastructure Management

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of gold silk

Intellectual Property Law

purple silk edged on the inside with 25mm of pink silk

International Affairs

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of lilac silk

International and Development Economics

gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of green silk and 10mm of white silk

International Law

purple silk edged on the inside with 10mm of gold silk and 10mm of blue silk

International Management

red silk edged on the inside with 25mm of saffron silk

International Trade and Economic Relations

gold silk

Islam in the Modern World

blue silk

Laws

purple silk

Laws (Legal Practice)

purple silk edged on the inside with 25mm of blue silk

Laws (Public Law)

purple silk edged on the inside with 25mm of gold silk and 10mm of red silk

Legal Studies

purple silk edged on the inside with 25mm of crimson silk

Legal Studies (Public Law)

purple silk edged on the inside with 25mm crimson silk

Letters

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm white silk

Liberal Arts (Cultural and Environmental Heritage)

blue silk

Liberal Arts (Cultural and Environmental Heritage) (Honours)

blue silk

Liberal Arts (Museums and Collections)

blue silk

Liberal Arts (Museums and Collections) (Honours)

blue silk

Liberal Arts (Visual Culture Research)

blue silk

Liberal Arts (Visual Culture Research) (Honours)

blue silk

Liberal Arts (Writing, World Histories and Lives)

blue silk

Liberal Arts (Writing, World Histories and Lives) (Honours)

blue silk

Linguistics

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of garnet silk

Management

saffron silk

Management (Health Services Administration)

saffron silk edged on the inside with 25mm of claret silk

Management (Technology)

saffron silk edged on the inside with 25mm of jade silk

Marketing

gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of purple silk

Mathematical Sciences

green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of red silk

Middle Eastern and Central Asian Studies

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of brown silk

Military Law

purple silk

Molecular Genetic Analysis

green silk

Molecular Genetic Analysis (Research)

green silk

Music

lilac silk edged on the outside with 20mm of lilac silk

Natural Hazards

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm terracotta silk

Neuroscience

green silk

Neuroscience (Research)

green silk

New Media Arts

lilac silk edged on the inside with 100mm of Union Jack red silk

Nuclear Science

green silk

Philosophy

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of cream silk

Photonics

green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of violet grey silk

Population Health

garnet silk edged on the inside with 25mm of blue silk

Population Studies

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of green silk

Professional Accounting

gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of purple silk

Project Management

saffron silk edged on the inside with 25mm of purple silk

Public Administration

gold silk edged on the inside with 10mm of red silk and 10mm of blue silk

Public Health

turquoise silk

Public Law

purple silk edged on the inside with 10mm of gold silk and 10mm of red silk

Public Policy

blue silk edged on the inside with 10mm of gold silk and 10mm of purple silk

Public Policy (Executive)

blue silk edged on the inside with 10mm of gold silk and 10mm of purple silk

Regolith Geoscience

green silk

Regulatory Economics

gold silk

Resource and Environmental Studies

red silk

Resources, Environment and Society

green silk edged on the inside with 25mm of blue silk

Science

green silk

Science Communication

green silk

Social Research

blue silk

Software Engineering

jade silk

Sport and Exercise Medicine

turquoise silk

Statistics

gold silk edged on the inside with 25mm of black silk

Strategic Affairs

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of Union Jack red silk

Studies

white silk

Studies with Research

white silk

Sustainable Heritage Development

blue silk edged on the inside with 10mm of satinwood silk and 10mm of claret silk

Sustainable Heritage Development and Management

blue silk edged on the inside with 10mm of satinwood silk and 10mm of claret silk

Teaching English as a Foreign Language

blue silk

Translation

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm terracotta silk

Translation Studies

blue silk edged on the inside with 25mm of garnet silk

Visual Arts

Union Jack red silk

Visual Culture Research

blue silk

Visual Effects

Union Jack red silk

 

Part 3

Subclause 20.1

Degree of Juris Doctor

Hood fully lined with purple silk

 [Note: See clause 16 for description of placement of hood colours.]

 

SCHEDULE 2

TABLE OF HOOD COLOURS FOR BACHELOR DEGREES

Subclause 21.1

AWARD: Degree of Bachelor

Hood facing colour

Actuarial Studies

75mm of gold silk and 25mm of black silk

Archaeological Practice

100mm of blue silk

Arts

100mm of blue silk

Arts (Art History and Curatorship)

100mm of blue silk

Arts (Asian Studies)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Arts (Australian Studies)

100mm of blue silk

Arts (Development Studies)

100mm of blue silk

Arts (Digital Arts)

75mm lilac silk and 25mm Union Jack red silk

Arts (European Studies)

100mm of blue silk

Arts (International Relations)

100mm of blue silk

Arts (Music)

100mm of blue silk

Arts (New Media Arts)

100mm of blue silk

Arts (Policy Studies)

100mm of blue silk

Arts (Social Work)

100mm of blue silk

Arts (Visual)

100mm of Union Jack red silk

Asian Studies

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Asian Studies (Arabic)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Asian Studies (Chinese)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Asian Studies (Hindi)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Asian Studies (Indonesian)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Asian Studies (Japanese)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Asian Studies (Korean)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Asian Studies (Sanskrit)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Asian Studies (Thai)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Asian Studies (Vietnamese)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Asia-Pacific Studies

75mm of blue silk and 25mm terracotta silk

Biotechnology

75mm of green silk and 25mm of coral silk

Business Administration

75mm of saffron silk and 25mm red silk

Chinese Studies

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Classical Studies

100mm of blue silk

Commerce

75mm of gold silk and 25mm of purple silk

Commerce (Honours) (Industry Based Learning)

75mm of gold silk and 25 mm of purple silk

Computational Science

75mm of green silk and 25mm of claret silk

Computer Science (Honours)

100mm of claret silk

Design Arts

100mm of Union Jack red silk

Development Studies

100mm of blue silk

Economics

100mm of gold silk

Economics (Honours) (Industry Based Learning)

100mm of gold silk

Electronic Commerce

75mm of gold silk and 25mm of turquoise blue silk

Engineering

100mm of jade silk

Engineering (Communications Systems)

100mm of jade silk

Engineering (Digital and Electronic Systems)

100mm of jade silk

Engineering (Engineering Systems)

100mm of jade silk

Engineering (Environmental Systems)

100mm of jade silk

Engineering (Manufacturing and Management Systems)

100mm of jade silk

Engineering (Materials and Mechanical Systems)

100mm of jade silk

Engineering (Mechatronic Systems)

100mm of jade silk

Engineering (Photonic Systems)

100mm of jade silk

Engineering (Research and Development)

100mm of jade silk

Engineering (Semiconductor Electronics)

100mm of jade silk

Engineering (Sustainable Energy Systems)

100mm of jade silk

Finance

75mm of gold silk and 25mm of Union Jack red silk

Genetics

100mm green silk

Global and Ocean Sciences (Honours)

100mm of green silk

Indonesian Studies

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Information Technology

100mm of claret silk

Interdisciplinary Studies (Honours) (Sustainability)

75mm of green silk and 25mm of blue silk

Interdisciplinary Studies (Sustainability)

75mm of green silk and 25mm of blue silk

International Business

75mm of gold silk and 25mm of spectrum blue silk

Japanese Studies

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Languages (China/Korea)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Languages (Classical)

100mm of blue silk

Languages (Japanese Language)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Languages (Japanese Linguistics)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Languages (Middle Eastern and Central Asian)

100mm of blue silk

Languages (Modern European)

100mm of blue silk

Languages (Southeast/South Asia)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Laws

100mm of purple silk

Letters

75mm of blue silk and 25 mm of white silk

Medical Science

75 mm of green silk and 25mm of nasturtium silk

Medicine and Surgery

100mm of turquoise silk

Music

100mm of lilac silk

Music (Composition)

100mm of lilac silk

Music (Jazz)

100mm of lilac silk

Music (Music Language and Techniques)

100mm of lilac silk

Music (Musicology)

100mm of lilac silk

Music (Performance)

100mm of lilac silk

Philosophy (Honours)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of bronze silk

Photonics

75mm of green silk and 25mm of violet grey silk

Professional Music Practice

100mm of lilac silk

Psychology

75mm of green silk and 25mm of white silk

Psychology (Honours)

75mm of green silk and 25mm of white silk

Religions (Asian Societies)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Science

100mm of green silk

Science (Advanced) (Honours)

100mm of green silk

Science (Forestry)

75mm of green silk and 25mm of brown silk

Science (Honours)

100mm of green silk

Science (Psychology)

75mm of green silk and 25mm of white silk

Science (Resource and Environmental Management)

75mm of green silk and 25mm of blue silk

Science (Science Communication)

75mm of green silk and 25mm of amethyst silk

Security Analysis (Asia-Pacific)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Social Sciences (Honours in Actuarial Studies and Economics)

75mm of gold silk and 25mm of Union Jack blue silk

Software Engineering

100mm of jade silk

Statistics

75mm of gold silk and 25mm of black silk

Translation (Asian Region)

75mm of blue silk and 25mm of terracotta silk

Visual Arts

100mm of Union Jack red silk

 

[Note: See clause 16 for description of placement of hood colours.]

SCHEDULE 3

TABLE OF STOLE FACING COLOURS FOR GRADUATE DIPLOMAS

Part 1

Subclause 24.1

AWARD:

Stole facing colour

Diploma of Graduate Studies

100mm of white silk

Part 2

Subclause 24.1

AWARD: Graduate Diploma

Stole facing colour

Accounting

100mm of gold silk

Advanced Military Law

100mm of blue silk

Applied Economics

100mm of gold silk

Applied Linguistics

100mm of blue silk

Art (Visual)

100mm of blue silk

Arts

100mm of blue silk

Asian Studies

100mm of blue silk

Asia-Pacific Studies

100mm of blue silk

Australian Studies

100mm of blue silk

Commercial Law

100mm of blue silk

Demography

100mm of blue silk

Development Administration

100mm of gold silk

Digital Media and the Web

100mm of blue silk

Dispute Management

100mm of blue silk

Econometrics

100mm of gold silk

Economic History

100mm of gold silk

Economic Policy

100mm of gold silk

Economics

100mm of gold silk

Economics of Development

100mm of gold silk

Environment

100mm of green silk

Environmental and Resource Economics

100mm of gold silk

Environmental Law

100mm of blue silk

Environmental Management and Development

100mm of gold silk

Environmental Science

100mm of green silk

Finance

100mm of gold silk

Foreign Affairs and Trade

100mm of blue silk

Forestry

100mm of green silk

Geographical Sciences

100mm of green silk

Government and Commercial Law

100mm of blue silk

Information Technology (eScience)

100mm of green silk

Infrastructure Management

100mm of blue silk

Intellectual Property Law

100mm of blue silk

International Affairs

100mm of blue silk

International and Development Economics

100mm of gold silk

International Law

100mm of blue silk

International Relations

100mm of blue silk

International Trade and Economic Relations

100mm of gold silk

Law

100mm of blue silk

Legal Practice

100mm of blue silk

Legal Studies

100mm of blue silk

Liberal Arts (Cultural and Environmental Heritage)

100mm of blue silk

Liberal Arts (Museums and Collections)

100mm of blue silk

Liberal Arts (Visual Culture Research)

100mm of blue silk

Liberal Arts (Writing, World Histories and Lives)

100mm of blue silk

Management

100mm of gold silk

Middle Eastern and Central Asian Studies

100mm of blue silk

Military Law

100mm of blue silk

Music

100mm of blue silk

Population Health

100mm of green silk

Psychological Studies

100mm of green silk

Psychology

100mm of green silk

Public Administration

100mm of gold silk

Public Economic Policy

100mm of gold silk

Public Law

100mm of blue silk

Public Policy

100mm of blue silk

Regulatory Economics

100mm of gold silk

Resources, Environment and Society

100mm of green silk

Science

100mm of green silk

Scientific Communication

100mm of green silk

Strategic Affairs

100mm of blue silk

Sustainable Heritage Development

100mm of blue silk

Theory and Practice of Science Centres

100mm of green silk

Translation Studies

100mm of blue silk

 

SCHEDULE 4

TABLE OF STOLE COLOURS FOR GRADUATE CERTIFICATES

Part 1

Subclause 24.1

AWARD:

Stole facing colour

Certificate of Graduate Studies

100mm of white silk

 

Part 2

Subclause 24.1

AWARD: Graduate Certificate

Stole facing colour

Accounting

100mm of gold silk

Actuarial Studies

100mm of gold silk

Actuarial Techniques

100mm of gold silk

Applied Japanese Linguistics

100mm of blue silk

Applied Statistics

100mm of gold silk

Australian Migration Law and Practice

100mm of blue silk

Biotechnology

100mm of green silk

Business Information Management

100mm of gold silk

Business Statistics

100mm of gold silk

Chemistry

100mm of green silk

Clinical Studies

100mm of green silk

Commercialisation

100mm of gold silk

Contemporary Science

100mm of green silk

Demography

100mm of blue silk

Development Administration

100mm of gold silk

Digital Media and the Web

100mm of blue silk

Dispute Management

100mm of blue silk

Economic Policy

100mm of gold silk

Economics of Development

100mm of gold silk

Environment

100mm of green silk

Environmental Law

100mm of blue silk

Environmental Management and Development

100mm of gold silk

Environmental Science

100mm of green silk

Financial Management

100mm of gold silk

Foreign Affairs and Trade

100mm of blue silk

Forestry

100mm of green silk

Geographical Sciences

100mm of green silk

Higher Education

100mm of blue silk

Infrastructure Management

100mm of blue silk

International and Development Economics

100mm of gold silk

International Relations

100mm of blue silk

Liberal Arts (Cultural and Environmental Heritage)

100mm of blue silk

Liberal Arts (Museums and Collections)

100mm of blue silk

Liberal Arts (Visual Culture Research)

100mm of blue silk

Liberal Arts (Writing, World Histories and Lives)

100mm of blue silk

Management

100mm of gold silk

Marketing

100mm of gold silk

Molecular Genetic Analysis

100mm of green silk

Music Education (Instrumental Pedagogy)

100mm of blue silk

Music Performance

100mm of blue silk

Neuroscience

100mm of green silk

Organisational Coaching

100mm of gold silk

Public Administration

100mm of gold silk

Public Policy

100mm of blue silk

Regulatory Economics

100mm of gold silk

Resources, Environment and Society

100mm of green silk

Science Communication

100mm of green silk

Social Research

100mm of blue silk

Sustainable Heritage Development

100mm of blue silk

Teaching English as a Second Language

100mm of blue silk

Theory and Practice of Science Centres

100mm of green silk

SCHEDULE 5

TABLE OF STOLE FACING COLOURS FOR UNDERGRADUATE DIPLOMAS

Subclause 24.1

AWARD: Diploma

Stole facing colour

Art

100mm of blue silk

Arts

100mm of blue silk

Asian Studies

100mm of blue silk

Asia-Pacific Studies

100mm of blue silk

 

 

 

SCHEDULE 6

TABLE OF STOLE FACING COLOURS FOR ASSOCIATE DIPLOMAS

Subclause 24.1

AWARD: Associate Diploma

Stole facing colour

Policy Studies

100mm of blue silk

SCHEDULE 7

TABLE OF STOLE FACING COLOURS FOR ASSOCIATE DEGREES

Subclause 23.1

AWARD:

Stole facing colour

Associate Degree specialising in Engineering (offered in cooperation with the Canberra Institute of Technology)

100mm of green silk

Associate Degree specialising in Science (offered in cooperation with the Canberra Institute of Technology)

100mm of green silk

Associate Degree specialising in Music (offered in cooperation with the Canberra Institute of Technology)

100mm of blue silk

Associate Degree specialising in Social Studies (offered in conjunction with the ANU College)

100mm of blue silk

Associate Degree specialising in Science and Technology (offered in conjunction with the ANU College)

100mm of green silk

Associate Degree specialising in Business Studies (offered in conjunction with the ANU College)

100mm of gold silk

 

[General Note: 1. It is intended that the assignment of colours for new degrees would usually be made with reference to colours generally or historically associated with defined fields of study at the University as indicated below:

 

Society and Culture generally -  blue

 

Specific fields within Society and Culture group:

Asia and Pacific Studies (including relevant language studies) - blue and terracotta;

Diplomacy - saffron and satinwood;

International and Strategic Studies - blue and saffron;

Law - purple;

Public Policy - blue, green and purple;

Psychology  - green and white.

 

Creative Arts:

Visual Arts - Union Jack red;

Music - lilac.

 

Management, Commerce and Economics:

 

Business and Commerce - gold and purple;

Finance - gold and Union Jack red;

Actuarial Studies and Statistics - gold and black;

Economics – gold;

Business Administration - saffron and red;

Management – saffron;

International Business - gold and spectrum blue;

Project Management – saffron and purple.

 

Engineering and related technologies - jade.

 

Information Technology - claret.

 

Health:

Medicine – turquoise;

Epidemiology - garnet and gold.

 

Natural and Physical Sciences - green.

 

Environmental and related studies:

Environment - green and blue;

Forestry - green and brown.

 

2.  It is intended that the assignment of colours for new non-degree awards would usually be made with reference to colours generally associated with three broadly defined fields of study at ANU:

 

Society and Culture (including Law and creative arts) - blue

 

Management, Commerce and Economics - gold

 

Science based studies (including health, engineering, information technology, environment, psychology) - green.

 

3.  It is intended that the colour for awards in the Graduate Studies Program would generally be white.

 

4.  The colours mentioned in this Note are indicative of the policy determinants for selection of colours for awards; they are, however, not binding on the University.]