[UPDATE: Email can be seen below now, as well.]

Apple today has started issuing WWDC scholarships to winning applicants. While the company has not yet sent out emails to winners, those who submitted an application can check to see if they’ve received one by logging into their account and looking under the “Events” heading.

Apple stopped accepting scholarship applications on Sunday, May 1st and those who applied were at least 13 years of age or older and a full or part-time student or a member/alumni of a STEM organization.

In addition to issuing the standard scholarships, Apple this year will also provide travel assistance for up to 125 scholarship recipients:

WWDC 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 WWDC 2016 ticket free of charge. In addition, travel assistance may be granted to scholarship recipients.

Let us know in the comments if you have received a WWDC scholarship, and if so, congratulations! WWDC kicks off June 13th and runs through June 17th in San Francisco. You can read everything you need to know about the event here.

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