This is for media use only and is not a financial promotion
£100 cash incentive
Student account eligibility criteria apply. Apply online. Offer terms and conditions apply. £100 cash incentive is a limited time offer available until 30th November 2023. Offer can be withdrawn at any time. If you have received a student offer from NatWest at any time from 1st July 2020 you will not be eligible.
Learn more about the NatWest Student Bank Account £100 cash incentive offer
Student bank accounts
- To apply, you must be 17+ and have been living in the UK for at least 3 years. Online applications only.
- You need to be a full time undergraduate student (on at least a 2-year course at a UK University/College) or you need to be completing a full time postgraduate or nursing course lasting a year or more. You can apply within 6 months of your course start date.
To apply for an overdraft, you need be:
- aged 18+
- using your Student account as your main account by depositing regular income into it.
- You can add an overdraft to your account once your course has started.
Know Your Credit Score
Free for ages 18+ with a UK, Channel Islands or Isle of Man address, following successful registration. Data provided by TransUnion.
App available to customers aged 11+ with compatible iOS and Android devices and a UK or international mobile number in specific countries.
Rounds Ups is available to customers with an eligible current account, instant access
savings account and the Mobile App. Once you’ve set it up, it’ll automatically work with all debit card and contactless device payments (in sterling).
You must be aged 16+. Only available for Personal and Premier accounts.
Notes to editors
NatWest’s Student Living Index covers 63 university cities and towns, looking at the spending habits, lifestyle and cost of living for students across the UK and uses the information to determine the most affordable city for students to live in. Questions around the cost of living applied to the location in which the student lived while studying, while questions pertaining to aspects of university life such as stress and support were based on the university they attended.
Audience: n=3,052 University Students Living in the UK
Survey period: 11th May – 5th June 2023. Respondents were given a small incentive to take part in an online survey. The survey was unbranded for all respondents.
Panel Provider: RedBrick: Experts in education, research, technology and charity and third sector research.
- Andrew Neilson
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