Academic Dress of Universities in Queensland, Australia - Central Queensland University - Robes

Robes

All graduates below the rank of Masters, members of the University Council and Companions of the University wear a black Bachelor Cambridge style robe. Masters graduates wear Cambridge Masters style robes in black. CQU offers several different Doctorate programs. All of these share the same robe design. They are in the Oxford Doctorate pattern of green cloth with facings of blue, red and gold satin. The sleeves are fully lined with University blue satin, with red and gold satin edgings.

Honorary Doctorates wear Cambridge Doctorate patterned robes of scarlet cloth with facings in silver satin, sleeves fully lined in silver satin, fastened with a gold cord and button. Doctors of the university wear Cambridge Doctorate pattern of scarlet cloth with facings in University blue satin, edged with University gold, sleeves fully lined in University blue satin, fastened with a gold cord and button.

The Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor wear a black gown trimmed with braid on the front panels, the hem, and the sleeves. The robe also has a sailor-collar trimmed with braid and embroidered with an 18 cm CQU full-colour logo using metallic thread. All braid and metallic thread is either gold or silver respectively.

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