Verification of Student Awards

Robert Gordon University uses the Higher Education Degree Datacheck (HEDD) online verification service for employers and agencies to verify study on current and former students.

We are pleased to announce the implementation of the new Higher Education Degree Datacheck (HEDD) online verification service.  The online service allows employers and agencies to confirm dates of study, courses studied and awards received.  

The system has been developed by Graduate Prospects, in consultation with universities, employers and screening agencies.  Funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and launched by Graduate Prospects, HEDD is now being rolled out to institutions throughout the UK.


 
Making an enquiry
 

To make an enquiry please visit HEDD www.hedd.ac.uk and select 'Robert Gordon' from the list of UK higher institutions.  If you do not have an existing account, you will be required to register with HEDD and a fee may be applicable.

You will need the individual's name, date of birth, course of study, period of study and qualification achieved (if completed).  For graduates you will also need their year of graduation and degree result.  A valid consent form will need to be submitted at the time of making the enquiry.

Please note the university cannot provide specific information regarding a student's attendance, work habits or character.  The disclosure of data will be limited to a student's period of study and degree received.

Most enquiries will be completed within 3 to 5 working days.

For further information on the university's guidelines regarding personal information, please review the Records Management site.


If you require information on employees of Robert Gordon University, please contact our Human Resource department.

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