INTO UK Banking Quiz

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INTO UK Banking Quiz

  1. 1. The INTO UK BankQuizHelping you to choose whichbank to open an accountwith whilst studying in theUK(Best Viewed in Slideshow)
  2. 2. Which Bank Account Should I Choose? Choosing a bank account in a foreign country can quiteoften be confusing. It is quite easy to pick a bank which hasbranches in your home country, or listen to your friends but it doesn’t mean that they are the best bank for you during your time here in the UK. Click on the INTO icon and take our Quiz. It is the beststarting point in helping you to decide which bank to apply to. For more information about studying in the UK check out www.intohigher.com
  3. 3. How long are you studying on your INTOCourse for? 0 – 3 Months 3 – 6 Months 6 Months or longer For more information about studying in the UK check out www.intohigher.com
  4. 4. The Endsleigh Top Up CardThe Prepaid cards look like credit and debit cards and theyoffer the same ability to purchase products and services but you can only spend the balance that has been preloaded onto the card. This means there is no risk of running into debt as it has no credit or overdraft facility. Click on the INTO icon to find out more… For more information about studying in the UK check out www.intohigher.com
  5. 5. 3 – 6 Months NatWest is the bank for you! Click on the INTO logo to find out more… For more information about studying in the UK check out www.intohigher.com
  6. 6. Is there a time that NatWest will stopaccepting me?Yes! Be sure to request for a bank letter the nearest to your course start date as possible. The closer you are to your study end date at INTO the more unattractive a customer you become to NatWest. For more information about studying in the UK check out www.intohigher.com
  7. 7. 6 Months or longer…You have plenty of options and plenty more things to think about. Click on the logo to find out more… For more information about studying in the UK check out www.intohigher.com
  8. 8. You’re studying for more than or 6months, what else do you need to know? Are there banks that won’t accept me even though I’m studying longer than 6 months? Which UK banks will accept me? Is there a time when UK Banks will stop accepting me? Can I open a student account with more than one bank? For more information about studying in the UK check out www.intohigher.com
  9. 9. No! It is against the law to have more than one student bank account in the UK. If you would like more than one account so that you can manage your money efficiently it is possible to open up more than one different type of account with the same bank. Click next to find out more…. For more information about studying in the UK check out www.intohigher.com
  10. 10. Yes! Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and Barclays still will notallow an INTO student to open up a student bank account. Click the INTO Icon to see your options… For more information about studying in the UK check out www.intohigher.com
  11. 11. Banks that you are able to choose from…Click here to go Click here forback to the different types ofquestions bank accounts For more information about studying in the UK check out www.intohigher.com
  12. 12. Yes! Be sure to request for a bank letter the nearest to yourcourse start date as possible. Once you have less than six months between the date on the top of your bank letter & your end date, you become an unattractive customer to banks. For more information about studying in the UK check out www.intohigher.com
  13. 13. Different Types of Bank Accounts With every bank you can open up three different types of accounts. (Click on your right arrow for more) • Basic Bank Account • Current Bank Account • Savings Bank Account Click on the INTO icon to find out more For more information about studying in the UK check out www.intohigher.com
  14. 14. What’s the difference?• A Basic bank account is right for you if you want to make sure you dont go overdrawn. Or if you don’t get get through the banks credit check to open a current account.• A Current bank account is right for you if you want more than a basic bank account can offer you. i.e. an overdraft facility.• A Savings bank account is right for you if you want to set money aside for a purchase or expenses (for example a holiday,) and you may need to get at the money reasonably quickly. For more information about studying in the UK check out www.intohigher.com
  15. 15. Thank you for taking our quiz! We hope that this has been helpful to you. To keep up to date with all our advice and top tips about studying in the UK • Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/intohigher • Follow us on Twitter: @INTOhigher For more information about studying in the UK check out www.intohigher.com

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