The Polyglot Gathering in Berlin

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Re: The Polyglot Gathering in Berlin

Postby Iversen » Wed Jan 18, 2017 8:14 pm

Brun Ugle wrote:I think so. You certainly could last year. And I think Iversen mentioned having registered without paying immediately.

You don't have to pay the same day as you make your registration, but you will be told at the time of the registration how many days you have to do it - I don't remember the precise length of the grace period. Besides there is a deadline if you want to avoid the fee for late applications. And you should accept to pay all transfer costs even if your netbank doesn't like the idea.

I can see that there right now (18. January) are 95 registrations, according to the homepage. I don't know where the limit is, but it is a fair assumption that there is room for several times that number at the venue.
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Re: The Polyglot Gathering in Berlin

Postby daegga » Wed Jan 18, 2017 9:09 pm

400-500 people according to the homepage.
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Re: The Polyglot Gathering in Berlin

Postby moo » Sat Jan 21, 2017 2:08 pm

I'm thinking of going as my holiday plans have fallen through. It would be so cool to meet so many people interested in languages . I'm not sure yet but hopefully i'll get to meet some of you guys there :)
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