Monday 4 December 2017
Make sure you check your draft HEAR next week
Higher Education Achievement Report
If you are currently an undergraduate full time or sandwich course student, your draft Higher Education Achievement Report, otherwise known as the HEAR, will be available on your Gradintel account week commencing 11 December for you to view. You need to check that all your details on this are correct.
If you haven’t already, you need to register with Gradintel to access your HEAR. Students that have not registered will receive an email to their N accounts the week commencing 11 December from Gradintel to enable them to do so.
The HEAR is an electronic document that supports your degree certificate when you graduate, by including a report of your academic and extra-curricular successes from your time at NTU.
Access to the HEAR is through a company called Gradintel. You will have received an email communication to prompt you to register. If you need to register, please contact HEAR@ntu.ac.uk.
It is important that all extra-curricular achievements noted in the HEAR are fully validated by NTU. The activities noted below will appear in the HEAR as they are supported by extensive data and so have credibility to a broad range of audiences. Please note, if you have been involved in eligible extra-curricular activity this academic year this won't show on your HEAR until the final one is produced at the end of the year.
Only certain extra-curricular activities and achievements will be eligible and therefore included on the HEAR. These include:
- Acceler8 (NTU’s Employability award)
- Sports awards
- Volunteering awards
- Roles with Nottingham Trent Students’ Union
- Departmental awards
- SPUR (Scholarship Projects for Undergraduate Researchers
The HEAR is a great tool to contribute towards your employability profile. Make the most of your time at NTU, use the Employability Team and their range of services and graduate with a HEAR that will make you stand out. Visit Employability Online to find out more.
To find out more information please contact HEAR@ntu.ac.uk or visit our HEAR webpages.