Student bank account guide
The student market is a large one for banks and they will home in on you as soon as you've passed your A-Levels.
Knowing that as students you will max out their overdrafts, and take credit cards and anything else given to you, you're easy prey.
Why is this good for the banks you ask? Because as soon as you finish uni the interest will raise like a salmon and you will most likely spend the rest of your lives banking with them.
Make sure you don't get stung by choosing a bank account that looks after your money.
- Lloyds TSB
- Royal Bank of Scotland
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2. Learn more about student overdrafts
3. See what other students say about the banks
4. Tell us about your experiences with student bank accounts
Student bank accounts introduction
Royal Bank of Scotland
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What is a student bank account?
When can I open a student account?
Are universities and banks linked?
Can I have 2 student bank accounts?
Student credit score
Student bank account freebies
ISA - savings accounts
Graduate bank accounts
Student account overdrafts
Student overdrafts [Pre-2009]
Student contents insurance
Do I need contents insurance?
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