Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR)

What is the HEAR?

The Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) provides a single comprehensive record of your achievement. It is a digital transcript you can access once you have completed your studies.

The HEAR is designed to:

  • be shared securely with others, for example with a potential employer or other higher education institution
  • fully capture your academic performance and a range of non-academic achievements, thereby enhancing employability
  • enable you to review progress and plan future activities, whether individually or with support from a tutor
  • support your engagement in opportunities beyond the curriculum
  • act as an aide memoire when making applications for jobs and further study

Eligibility

You are eligible for a HEAR if you:

  • Graduated from an undergraduate campus-based course from 2012 onwards

Graduates of the following programmes are not eligible to receive a HEAR:

  • School of Medicine
  • BA Humanities
  • Education PG Cert and PGCE courses
  • Lifelong learning courses
  • Incoming Erasmus and Joint Year Abroad (JYA) students

Accessing your HEAR

The University of Leicester will create an account for you and contact you when it is ready to be activated. This will be after you have received your final award and your degree is conferred.

You can view your HEAR at gradintel.com.

If you believe there is an error on your HEAR please contact the Student Services Centre at transcripts@le.ac.uk.

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