What is the HEAR?


The Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) is a way of recording student achievement in higher education and is intended to provide more detailed information about a student’s learning and achievement than the traditional degree classification system.

It is issued as an electronic document and will include details of academic achievement, including module marks and will also provide information about your programme of study and some additional achievements undertaken whilst at university. 

It can be accessed by students whilst studying on the degree programme or after completion and graduation.

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