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

University of Queensland

The University of Queensland generally follows the Cambridge pattern for its Academic regalia, in terms of the pattern of its hoods and gowns. Previous to the current highly simplified colour coding system, a more complex course based colour system existed. These revisions took place during 1998 with the changes being visible in the graduating classes of 1999. With the merger of the Queensland College of Agriculture at Gatton in 1990, a series of other complications arose with the Gatton Council wearing robes unique to them. However with the disbanding of the Gatton council circa-2005 their dress regulations have passed into university history.

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