Well also keep in mind that that cost is never paid by Apple. Either you
fork up the $1500 for the conference pass or you apply for the student
scholarship conference pass.
Flights are dirt cheap right now, especially if you live in the US, since
we're now in a "Code Orange." Also Apple gives students the choice to stay
in a much cheaper hotel a few blocks away from the conference center. They
do allow you to pick roommates so that with 4 to a room the cost of the week
averages $200 per person.
I'm guessing for a US citizen you're looking at a $600-700 event, as opposed
to a $2500 event. Just start saving now, that's not a whole lot really.
On 2/11/03 10:21 AM, "Oscar Morales Vivs" <email@hidden> wrote:
> Before applying to the WWDC scholarship, I'd like to know it anyone
> could give me a proper estimate of the cost of travel and lodging. I
> appreciate Apple providing scholarships, but even if I get one, I'm
> pretty sure they are not going to pay me transatlantic flight and about
> a week of lodging in a not very cheap place.
> So, anyone can tell me how much it would be to stay around the area
> during those days? And what's the lowest price I can hope to get for a
> return plane ticket from Europe (Spain) to California?
> Thanks in advance for your help:
> Oscar Morales.
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