HEAR Recognition Application Forms for Departmental/Faculty Ambassador Work

Links to the departmental application forms for requesting HEAR recognition for departmental/faculty student ambassador activities are below. The process is the same for all departments except Ophthamology and Orthoptics, where HEAR recognition is organised differently. For details, search for 'Orthoptics' in the online database of verifiable activities.

In order to gain recognition for being a Departmental/Faculty Student Ambassador students must:

  1. Be appointed to undertake their ambassador work by a member of staff
  2. Complete any required training for the ambassador role(s) they take on (if applicable)
  3. Contribute a minimum of 10 cumulative hours as an ambassador within a single academic year, or a minimum of 20 cumulative hours in order to gain recognition for being a Senior Student Ambassador
  4. Complete and submit the relevant departmental application form below (dual students should apply to their lead department), by the end of May

Only one application form needs to be completed per academic year. The application form asks students to submit details of the activities they have completed during the year, along with staff contact details so that these activities can be verified. Departmental and faculty activities should be listed together - they both count towards the total number of hours. The application form also asks students to confirm that they are not using activities that are already being verified under a different HEAR scheme, e.g. University Student Ambassador work. A full list of other ambassador HEAR schemes is included in the application form, and details of the HEAR recognition process for these activities can be found in the online database of verifiable activities.

Aerospace
Animal & Plant Sciences
Archaeology
Architecture
Automatic Control & Systems Engineering
Bioengineering
Biomedical Science
Chemical & Biological Engineering
Chemistry
Civil & Structural Engineering
Computer Science
Dentistry
Department for Lifelong Learning (DLL)
East Asian Studies
Economics
Education
Electronic & Electrical Engineering
English
General Engineering
Geography
History
Human Communication Sciences
Interdisciplinary Programmes Office, Faculty of Arts & Humanities
Journalism
Landscape
Law
Management School
Materials Science & Engineering
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Medical School
Molecular Biology & Biotechnology
MEng Engineering
Music
Nursing & Midwifery
Philosophy
Physics & Astronomy
Politics
Psychology
School of Languages & Cultures
Science & Engineering Foundation Year
Sheffield Methods Institute
Sociological Studies
Urban Studies & Planning