The Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) is an electronic document providing verified information on a student's academic and non-academic achievements during their time at Kingston University.
The HEAR is available to all students on courses where Kingston University is required to provide a diploma supplement and who graduated after April 2014.
The final HEAR will be available shortly after you have received your results. During your course, the University will be updating your HEAR twice a year, in January and July.
View an example of a HEAR. Please note that the wording my however be subject to change.
You will access your HEAR via the Gradintelligence website. The service is free for students.
Gradintelligence is part of the Tribal Group, who are suppliers of Kingston University's Student Records System. They will publish your HEAR electronically. The system allows you to access your HEAR while you are studying at Kingston University and also after you graduate; and to share it with third parties such as employers or other universities.
If you are currently studying at Kingston University you should be able to activate your Gradintelligence account via a link on the home page of OSIS.
If you enrolled prior to September 2015 and no longer have access to OSIS, you would have received an email from Gradintelligence advising you how to activate your account.
Your HEAR will include information about:
Additional achievements are recorded in Section 6.1 of the HEAR. These can include prizes, the Union of Kingston Students activity, course representation and enterprise activity.
Kingston University will verify the following additional achievements for your HEAR.
Please use the enquiry form if you wish to add or remove an achievement or activity currently showing in Gradintelligence from Section 6.1 of your HEAR. Only the achievement and activity types listed above can be included.
Once you have registered with Gradintelligence, you can continue to access your HEAR through the Gradintelligence website after you have finished your studies with Kingston University.
Kingston University will not be producing paper copies of the HEAR. Students and employers can print paper copies for their own use but these are not verifiable by the University.
If there is incorrect information relating to your results, you should contact your student office in the first instance. Please be aware that the HEAR is only updated twice each academic year, in January and July.
The HEAR was introduced for students graduating after April 2014. The verifiable non-academic achievements which are included in the HEAR were not recorded for graduates before that date.