The Doctoral Conferment Ceremony
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You should not move from your allocated seat before or after receiving your award. It would be appreciated if guests respected others and did not move from their seats during the ceremony, even after their loved one has received their award. However, we do ask that guests remain seated throughout and do all that is reasonably possible not to obstruct the view of fellow guests. Some jubilee doctors are unable to take part in the Conferment Ceremony but are nevertheless celebrated in their absence.
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Cannon salutes are fired as follows: For promoters and jubilee doctors double salutes; for honorary doctors single salutes. When doctors on the basis of completed examinations within a faculty have received their credentials, they are saluted collectively with three shots. Conferment resister is the term for a PhD recipient who refuses to take part in the Conferment Ceremony. The act is entirely voluntary.
Diploma , originally a written confirmation of the rights accruing to those who are being awarded their PhD degrees, nowadays given to everyone having a degree conferred. It is always composed in Latin, rolled and sealed, enclosed in a turned wooden box with a ribbon in the colors of the relevant faculty. Doctor on the basis of completed examinations is the gist of the official Swedish term for Latin doctor iuvenis, pl doctores iuvenes, which is also often used.
Doctoral hat symbolises freedom but also power. It is black and pleated.
The theology hat has a black bow. The other faculties feature a gold buckle, encasing the faculty symbol. The hat is given out at the Conferment Ceremony in the so-called higher faculties, that is, theology, law, medicine, and pharmacy.
Honorary doctorate or doctorate honoris causa is a distinction that the respective faculties bestow upon individuals they wish to honor and incorporate into their research community.