Natwest Bank has the most first-year students opting for their student bank accounts than any other bank. They have an attractive branch network within easy reach of most universities and offer some excellent incentives to get you going.
The Natwest student bank account works and operates like any typical banking account and has a fee-free overdraft of up to £2,000 from year two onwards. The full details of their current offer are as follows:
Overdrafts do not need repaying until the limit starts to reduce in year two in the graduate account.
Once your university studies have completed, you'll move onto the graduate account for up to two years.
After two years, you'll move to the standard current Select Account. Any existing overdrafts you have are then charged at 19.89% interest together with a monthly fee of £6.
These are reasonable accounts and the one big bonus is the fee free overdraft of up to £2,000. The Natwest legal team have asked us to add the following note: "118student.co.uk is not part of NatWest and holds no responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained on this site."
Note: The tastecard offer is always subject to availability and may exclude some popular dates and a limited menu. Check the website or restaurant for details.