- Interest-free arranged overdraft up to £2,000 (for your first year after graduation)
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An arranged overdraft lets you borrow money up to an agreed limit on your bank account. So if things are a wee bit tight, an arranged overdraft could help bridge the gap short-term.
Overdrafts are a way of borrowing money and you're responsible for repayments if you decide to use one. If you're unable to repay what is owed, you could harm your credit score. Most lenders use this to assess whether they'll lend to you.
If you have a Graduate account with an arranged overdraft limit of £2,000 following the first year after graduation and you use all of this, you will be charged arranged overdraft interest at 39.49% EAR on £1,000 of the £2,000 limit.
A good way to compare the costs of borrowing products is by using the APR, which shows the cost of borrowing over a year.
Have a shot of our eligibility checker tool, which will help you understand if you’re likely to be accepted for an overdraft before you start an application. It only takes a couple of minutes and it won’t harm your credit rating.
Our cost checker tool allows you to see how much interest you’re likely to pay based on how much you plan to borrow, and how regularly you want to use it.