Academic Dress of Universities in Queensland, Australia - James Cook University - Headwear

Headwear

Black trenchers are worn by Bachelors, Honours and Masters graduates. Members of the University Council wear black trenchers with silver tassels. Professional Doctorates achieved by coursework also wear trenchers, these being in royal blue with royal blue tassels.

All other doctorates wear Tudor Bonnets. Professional Doctorates achieved by research wear a red Tudor bonnet with a gold cord and tassels. All other doctorate bonnets are of royal blue velvet with a gold cord and two gold tassels.

The Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor wear Tudor bonnets of dark blue velvet with braid edging, cord and tassels in either gold or silver respectively.

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