Final-year students: your Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR)
For those of you who received final-year results on Tuesday 2 July, we are pleased to say that your final Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) will be available to view and share from Friday 5 July.
The HEAR is our official academic transcript of your results along with your degree certificate.
It’s an excellent way to showcase your employability as it captures the individual modules you have completed and all of the recognised activities you've done during your time at DMU. Find out more in our video below.
Whether you've volunteered with De Montfort Students’ Union or #DMUlocal, been on a #DMUglobal experience, taken a Frontrunners role or found work through DMU Unitemps, it will appear in the report.
This could give you the chance to stand out from the crowd when employers are looking at potential graduate employees.
The HEAR includes your course module results, along with an ‘Additional Information’ section (6.1). This includes:
- A statement about DMU and the types of graduates it aims to produce.
- Details of other recognised extra-curricular achievements, such as prizes, internships, volunteering or student representative roles. Click here to see the full list of activities covered by the HEAR.
To access your HEAR:
- Eligible students will get an email saying that a new document is available from De Montfort University in Digitary
- Go to core.digitary.net
- Click on Education Provider Login (the green building button)
- Under ‘Institution’, enter De Montfort University and click Continue
- Enter your p-number and your usual single sign-on password
- You can share your HEAR with prospective employers and other institutions. See ‘Sharing my documents’ in the Digitary FAQ.
Continuing students will receive an interim HEAR by Wednesday 10 to Friday 12 July. If you are resitting final-year exams this summer, you’ll receive a final HEAR shortly after your results are published.
If you have any questions or need further assistance, please email HEAR@dmu.ac.uk or visit the HEAR webpage.
Posted on: Wednesday 03 July 2019