Choosing activities for your Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR)

Student Services

All undergraduate and taught postgraduate students who are due to graduate this summer will  recently have been contacted regarding HEAR.

Your Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) is a comprehensive record of all your university achievements and will be issued to you following your graduation. Part of the HEAR will detail some of the more substantial co- and extra-curricular activities that you took part in during your studies at Liverpool and which the Guild of Students or the University have been able to verify.

You can view these activities by accessing the HEAR 6.1 Choices box on Liverpool Life. You can also view your e-portfolio by using our ‘How to Access your e-Portfolio’ guide. Don’t worry if you don’t have any activities listed here – not everyone does.

If you do have activities in your e-portfolio, please check that the list of activities is correct.

  • Please note – The University can only verify certain substantial activities, so if you don’t have any activities listed in your e-portfolio, don’t worry – this section will simply not appear on your HEAR.
  • Please note – the activity descriptions have been carefully worded to illustrate the main elements of the role/activity. Unfortunately, it is not possible to alter the description of the activity.

If your activity list is correct, you do not need to take any further action at this point. If you have any questions, then please follow this FAQ which should answer them or direct you to the best person to help.

Any changes to your list of activities must be highlighted to the activity owner listed by Monday 29 May.

Please note that not all activities are eligible to go on the HEAR at this point. The full list can be viewed here.

If you are due to graduate this summer, you will soon be receiving an email that will ask you to register onto our University of Liverpool graduation documents portal. This portal will enable you to view your secure documents and share them with employers, third parties and other institutions, after your award has been conferred at your graduation ceremony.

Undergraduate and postgraduate taught degree students will be able to view electronic versions of their degree certificate and HEAR (Higher Education Achievement Report) through this site. Further information about accessing and using this portal will be published in due course.