Produced by the Centre for Recording Achievement, this update is based upon evidence provided from institutions and others with an interest in HEAR implementation.
This document provides an action list for students' unions for making the most of the HEAR for students and graduates within your institution.
This report considers the honours degree classification system, which measures a student’s performance on an undergraduate degree programme. All UK higher education institutions use the same classification nomenclature, which is almost universally applied to honours degrees.
The final report of the Burgess Implementation Steering Group This report seeks official endorsement from Universities UK and GuildHE for the Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) to be adopted sector-wide for students entering higher education in academic year 2012–13.
Engaging employers with the HEAR: an action list was developed by HE practitioners from a range of institutions working together in a facilitated workshop.
The Higher Education Achievement Report, or HEAR for short, has the potential to change the face of graduate recruitment. The HEAR will give you, the employer, a far clearer picture of your potential graduate hires.