Features & Benefits
With a Graduate current account, there are no fees for maintaining the account and no individual charges for a range of current account transactions and services. There are a small number of services that you may be charged for, such as using your debit card for transactions in a foreign currency - see here for more details.
Debit card with contactless payments - make purchases at home by simply tapping your card on the reader. When abroad - bring your debit card to pay for goods and services as well as getting cash withdrawals from ATM machines. Download the Visa Travel app for a handy currency converter and ATM locator.
Mobile payments are now available: You can make quick, easy and contactless payments using your phone/devices. Click here to find out more about Apple Pay and click here for Google Pay.
Graduate Overdraft - An ideal way to help you manage short term changes in your cash-flow.
Online banking, Mobile banking and Telephone banking - bank whenever you want, wherever you want.
- Control your cards at your fingertips: We’ve introduced new features to Banking 365 for your credit and debit cards. You can freeze and unfreeze your card, view the card PIN, order a replacement and much more. See all our new card features here.
Access to a comprehensive ATM and Branch network.
Bank statements and transaction history - see your account balances, bank statements (eStatements) and transaction history with 365 Online.
Make foreign currency (FX) payments: You can send money to friends or family, pay for overseas tuition fees and pay for property or cars abroad (subject to limits) see here for more details.
- Instant Access Demand Account: use Instant Access Demand accounts to set aside and separate money into “Money Pots” online. A great way to manage your day-to-day spending such as – save excess money, ringfence or pool money for rent or bills, save for a short-term goal or treat. Money pots give you more flexibility to manage your day-to-day finances by making sure you stay in control of where your money goes. Click here for more information on how to open Instant Access Demand accounts.