Returning home from a study abroad
It may take a little time to readjust, especially if you've been gone a while. Get reacquainted with loved ones, sort your accommodation, and contemplate your next move. Most importantly, organise your finances for a smooth transition home.
- Open an HSBC account at home and overseas so you can access your money and manage daily expenses and other costs as soon as you arrive.
- Premier in one country, Premier in allExtend your HSBC Premier account to your child, so they can enjoy the same Premier privileges wherever they're studying.
- Manage your global accounts from one place online, and make fee-free transfers between them.
- From overseas education planning, to relocation support and students accommodation in destination markets, our value-added global partners are here to support you all the way.
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Our global network spans more than 30 countries and regions, including mainland China, the UK, Canada, the US, and Hong Kong SAR. Find out more about the types of accounts and services available in your destination.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What types of accounts are there for graduates?
Can I choose the address that you send my debit card and details to?
What documents will HSBC accept for proof of address?
I'm moving back home. What will happen to my overseas account?
Is there a fee for sending money back to my family's HSBC accounts?
We can tell you the best way for you to apply for an overseas account. Simply select your current location and where you would like to open an account. We'll then walk you through the steps.
Learn more about the overseas account opening process, documents you may need and any fees.