What is a Higher Education Achievement Report?

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Last Updated: October 11th 2018

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A Higher Education Achievement Report, or HEAR, sits alongside your degree certificate and contains a detailed academic record of modules taken and marks obtained. It’s also a record of additional achievements, like volunteering, representative roles or working for the university as a student ambassador.

Newman is one of a handful of universities that offer a HEAR. The report will enable you to present a wider range of achievements to employers and postgraduate tutors, potentially enhancing your employability or opportunities to further study.

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