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    i cant apply to both hsbc and natwest for a student bank account because i'm only doing a foundation course which doesnt last for more than two years.

    hsbc say that i need to bring a letter from my university if i will be studying a further course afterwards but i'm not sure if i will. natwest dont say anything about prooving that my course lasts more than two years but when i apply for the account will they ask for my course details? also if i just say that i am doing a further course but dont actually do it will i be breaking the law?

    also, do you know of any other student accounts which do not require a course which lasts for more than two years?
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    no one knows the answer? ^^
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    If you say you are going to do a further course how will you prove it? I dont think u'll be breaking any laws by fibbing. I suppose you can stick with your normal current account, if you tell them your still a student but not on a full course they may offer something similar with regards to overdraught etc......
 
 
 
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