Academic Dress of The University of Exeter - Official Dress

Official Dress

  • The Chancellor’s Robe is black silk with MA style sleeves and embroidery of gold lace, worn with a cap adorned with a gold tassel and gold edging.
  • The Pro-Chancellor’s robe is black silk with MA style sleeves and embroidery of gold lace, worn with a cap adorned with a gold tassel and gold edging.
  • The Vice-Chancellor’s robe is black silk with MA style sleeves and embroidery of gold lace, worn with a cap adorned with a gold tassel and gold edging.
  • The Treasurer’s robe is black silk with open sleeves and embroidery of gold lace, worn with a cap adorned with a gold tassel.

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