When can you open a student bank account?
You will need to open your account as soon as possible, preferably before you start your course and before you start receiving student loan payments.
You can actually open an account once you have a letter off UCAS or your university confirming that you have been fully accepted on to a course.
However, some banks will even let you open an account once you have a conditional offer, if you provide proof.
Student bank accounts introduction
Royal Bank of Scotland
Compare all student accounts
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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