When the author was the Academic Registrar at Kingston Polytechnic in the 1990s, she worked on its transition from Polytechnic to University and as such was involved in the decision-making and practical implementation of the first academic dress of the University. This study describes the rationale for the academic dress and seeks to check how far the initial expectations have been fulfilled twenty-five years on from the original decisions.
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