Languages at Leicester

Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR)

If you are an undergraduate student at the University of Leicester, successful completion* of Languages at Leicester courses will NOW appear on your electronic transcript when you graduate.

HEAR is an electronic document issued by the University which provides a full record of your university experience, highlighting details of your programme of study, including modules, and your developed knowledge and skills. The report also includes information on additional awards (Languages at Leicester) and recognised activities that students have engaged in, for example, an employability award, volunteering or student union responsibilities.

The HEAR provides important benefits for learning and employability. It can help you look at the attributes and skills acquired through your time at university, enabling you to reflect on your progress and plan your development as part of your degree programme. The HEAR can also develop your employability, as the report can help you to communicate your range of experiences and skills when job seeking and applying for work or further study.

The HEAR also provides clear information to employers focused on a student’s breadth of achievement, represented through a rich picture of their overall higher education experience.

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*Successful completion is awarded upon passing the exam process as follows: Pass (third grade over all tests), Merit (second grade over all tests) or Distinction (pass all tests with a first grade).

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