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Frequently asked questions
What types of accounts are there for students?
Can you send my new debit card and account details to my new address?
Are there any costs involved in opening an overseas student account?
I've already arrived in my new country. How can I open an account?
Is there a fee for sending money back to my parents' 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.
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