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Academic Dress

Aston University crest
 

 

 

Foundation Degree

Gown

Black stuff of special design, having coat-type sleeve, narrow facings which continue around the neck and with extra wide gathers round the back

Hood

Black stuff, modified simple shape, faced on the outside of the front strap with University lining

Hat

Black mortar board

Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Engineering and Master of Engineering 

Gown

Black stuff of special design, having coat-type sleeve, narrow facings which continue round the neck and with extra wide gathers round the back

Hood

Black stuff, modified simple shape, faced inside for three inches with University lining

Hat

Black mortar board

Master of Science 

Gown

Black stuff of special design, having coat-type sleeve, narrow facings which continue round the neck and with extra wide gathers round the back

Hood

Black stuff, modified simple shape, fully lined with University lining

Hat

Black mortar board

Master of Philosophy 

Gown

Black stuff of special design, having coat-type sleeve, narrow facings which continue round the neck and with extra wide gathers round the back

Hood

Blue stuff, modified simple shape, fully lined with University lining

Hat

Black mortar board

Doctor of Philosophy 

Gown

Claret colour cloth robe, having coat-type sleeve, narrow facings which continue round the neck and with extra wide gathers round the back

Hood

Modified simple shape, in University Red stuff, faced inside for three inches with University lining

Hat

Black cloth bonnet with cord and tassels of University Red

Doctor of Science 

Gown

Same shape as for Doctor of Philosophy but in University Red, with facings on collar of University lining and gold cuffs on sleeves

Hood

Same shape as for Doctor of Philosophy but of gold silk and fully lined with University lining

Hat

Black velvet bonnet with cord and tassels in gold

The University lining comprises a blood crimson silk background shot with the shield of the University crest in colour at five inch spacing.

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