Graduate Current Account

If you have graduated from full time third level education in the last three years, you can apply for a graduate current account. Being a graduate means making important life choices. We offer a fantastic range of benefits and expert financial advice to help you on your way.

Whether you're about to start work or travel for a while our graduate current account has been specially developed to help you make the most of your options.

From 23 November 2020, we are making changes to our personal current account fees and charges. We’re introducing a simple way of charging for your current account – eliminating 26 individual charges – our Graduate Current Account will not be charged the new €6 monthly fee.

Fees

With a Graduate Current Account, you will not be charged fees for the following day to day banking transactions for 2 years:

    1. Lodgements
    1. Direct debits and standing orders
    1. Debit card transactions and cash back1
    1. Funds in or out of your account using 365 online or phone or mobile banking
    1. Withdrawals at Bank of Ireland ATM’s or in branches1

For full details see our brochure, also available in branch.

From 23 November 2020, we are making changes to our personal current account fees and charges. We’re introducing a simple way of charging for your current account – eliminating 26 individual charges and replacing them with a monthly fee of €6. See the brochure below – A Guide to Fees and Service Changes, which provides details of these changes, as well as the revised Schedule of Fees and Charges for Personal Customers and Fee Information Document that will be effective from 23 November 2020.
1 There may be fees and charges for using your Visa Debit card abroad so check out our “Schedule of Fees and Charges for Personal Customers” brochure in branch or online. Government Stamp Duty applies, currently €0.12 per cash withdrawal at an ATM in ROI and capped at €5.00 for ATM & Debit card usage and €2.50 for ATM usage only.

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