- Academic achievement including module marks and degree classsification
- Information about the programme of study
- Additional information such as activities undertaken and prizes won
A full list of the information captured in the HEAR is available here.
'Additional information' in the HEAR
The HEAR includes information about additional activities undertaken and prizes won whilst at university. Institutions choose which 'additional information' is included. At Warwick these decisions have been guided by:
- A set of overarching principles agreed by a Project Board.
The development of specific requirements that students must have met in order for an activity to be included.
Activities recognised in the HEAR
The activities that are included in the HEAR at Warwick are listed below. Further information about activities that will not be included is available here.
Additional Recognised Activities
Warwick Advantage Award
Warwick Global Advantage Award
Warwick Volunteers Certificate
Undergraduate Research Support Scheme
Warwick Skills Leadership Scheme
Lord Rootes Memorial Fund
Institutional Review Panel Member
Outstanding Student Contribution Award (OSCA)
Warwick in Africa volunteer
Warwick Laksh Programme
Intercultural Training for Studying and Working Abroad
Students' Union Inspire Volunteer
Part-time student representative
Student Staff Liaison Committee member
One World Week Executive
Warwick Student Arts Festival Executive
Advice Centre Volunteer
University, Professional and Departmental Prizes
- Work experience
- Voluntary work arranged outside the Warwick Volunteers scheme
- Externally accredited achievements
Students may choose to reference activities not verified by the University of Warwick on their CV or e-portfolio.