WWDC Scholarship

$1,595

March 24, 2020

Awards Available: 350

  • Scholarship Description
  • WWDC19 Scholarships reward talented students and STEM organization members with the opportunity to attend this year’s conference. Developers selected for a scholarship will receive a WWDC19 ticket, lodging for the conference, and one year of membership in the Apple Developer Program free of charge. Your talent and enthusiasm could take you all the way to WWDC19. Build a Swift playground to showcase your ingenuity, answer a few questions with written responses, provide documentation, and submit. For more details, and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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Matthew H  on 1/25/2016 4:08:48 PM

I heard that this scholarship is only for a ticket to the event. Does anyone know if this is a $1595 scholarship for tuition and fees plus the ticket or if this is for the ticket only?

Fred o  on 1/4/2016 4:33:36 AM

Am happy for this offer

Muhammad S  on 9/17/2015 1:27:30 PM

please make everything more easy to do by volunteer/student! thank you.

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