Pay your tuition fees by instalment via BirKart!

Making payment through the Birkart CashBack card, 1.5% of the amount spent will be paid back to the card holder.
22.08.2019

Kapital Bank, which supports the development of education in the country and the implementation of a number of large projects, as part of its socially oriented activities, introduced another innovation to its customers. The campaign, which is held for the first time in Azerbaijan, is applied to BirKart owners.

Within the framework of the campaign, until October 10, 2019, students studying on a paid basis at the ADA University, can pay tuition fees in twelve equal installments (equal parts). No additional charges will be made on the amount paid. In order to make a payment, you must go to the appropriate page of the University website (www.online.ada.edu.az/payment) and enter the required BirKart card details.

Making payment through the Birkart CashBack card, 1.5% of the amount spent will be paid back to the card holder, and for the BirKart Miles card 1 manat will be calculated as 1 mile. It should be noted that in the near future similar promotions will be organized with other universities and colleges.

The BirKart card is presented in three types — BirKart (classic installment card), BirKart Cashback (installment card/cashback) and BirKart Miles (installment/miles). BirKart has a number of advantages, such as: obtaining an installment up to 18 months, up to 40 days of interest-free loan in case of one-time payment, withdrawing the entire amount in cash and possibility to receive from 1,5% to 30% of cashback when paying for products and services. SMS notification service is provided free.

For more detailed information about BirKart please refer to www.birkart.az, 196 Call Centre or the cards’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/birkart.az. You can also order BirKart by sending "1" to 8196 short number or contacting (+994 51) 250 99 99 via WhatsApp. Kapital Bank, having the biggest branch network in Azerbaijan, is at the service of customers with 100 branches and 12 departments.