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The European International Model United Nations

TEIMUN 2020 has been cancelled due to the consequences of the Coronavirus

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Instructions for registration

Make sure you read through these instructions carefully before applying for TEIMUN 2020 to ensure a smooth application procedure for you and our Participants Coordinator. We outline the most important things to note and consider when applying.

Personal Information

Age restriction: The TEIMUN conference is suitable for people between 18 and 30.
Visa to enter the Netherlands: Our participants coordinators will help you with acquiring a visa to enter the Netherlands for TEIMUN. If you need a visa to enter the Netherlands, please make sure you choose ‘yes’ on this questions so our Participants Coordinators can reach out to you. If you are unsure if you need a visa, please visit this page

Address

Your address should be the address you currently reside in. 

Study and experience

Previous MUN experience: It is relevant for our Participants Coordinators to extensively share your experience with MUN.  Based on this, they will decide which countries in which councils will suit you best. If you do not specify your experience but apply for advanced countries in advanced councils, you may not be allocated the way you’d like to be allocated because our PC’s are not sure you are up for the task. 

Council choices

Council choice: before you decide on your three preferred councils, make sure you read the council information and topics very carefully. Also take into account the level (beginner – intermediate – advanced) of the councils. 

Country choice: for each preferred council you can choose three countries you would like to represent within that council. We advise you to choose a country which views and ideals interest you in one way or another. Please note that choosing very popular countries decreases the chance of being placed in that country. You also have the option of giving ‘no preference’ for your country choices. In that case our PC’s will allocate you to a country that is still available and relevant to the council and topics at hand.


The Participants Coordinators do their very best to allocate you to a council and country of your choice, but this is not a given. The decisions of the Participants Coordinators cannot be appealed.  

Delegations

Part of a group delegation: any group of six or more people can apply for TEIMUN as a delegation. Whether you want to represent your university, city, country or another concept or institution with a group of other delegates: you are welcome to apply for TEIMUN 2020 as a delegation. Delegations enjoy a 20% discount on the participation fee, making your total fee including socials €120. To apply as a delegation, please read this procedure carefully.

Food preferences

Lunch is included during the TEIMUN conference. Please let us know if we need to take into account any dietary requirements.

Motivation statement

Every delegate should submit a statement when registering for the TEIMUN, explaining your motivation to join our conference and the council of your choice. This statement should be 150 – 300 words long and is a chance for you to display your proficiency in writing about global affairs and your command in English in general. Please realize that any form of plagiarism will result in a direct rejection of your application

Terms and services

When applying to TEIMUN 2020 you must agree with our terms. We ask you to agree to our privacy policy, refund policy and promotion policy. Agreeing to the promotion policy means that you are aware and okay with there being taken videos and pictures throughout the conference at both council sessions and socials and that these pictures may be used for promotional purposes. If a picture of you has been posted that you’d rather have deleted, you may always request to have it removed via info@teimun.org but is always up to the discretion of the Board whether or not this request will be approved. 


Our privacy and refund policies can be found below.

Deadlines and procedures

Please find below registration deadlines and procedures for western and non-western applicants. Because many non-western applicants often require a visa to enter the Netherlands, the deadlines and procedures can differ from those of the western applicants.

Western applicants

Application deadline: June 15th, 2020
Western countries entails nationality from Eastern Europe, Western Europe (incl. Turkey and Israel), North America and Oceania

Step 1 Register for the conference by thoroughly reading the registration instructions mentioned and then filling out the registration form. Payment will be required directly when registering. 

Step 2 Your application will be assessed by our Participants Coordinators and be accepted or rejected. The decision will be made and announced to you within 7 days of application. In case of rejection, your fee will be refunded within two weeks after your rejection.

Step 3 In case of an accepted application, you will receive an e-mail which will inform you of this. After that, our participants coordinators will start the allocation procedure, after which you will receive your assigned council, country and all other information you may need. 

Non-western applicants

Application deadline: June 1st, 2020
Non-western entails nationality from Central and South America, Asia, Middle East (Excluding Turkey and Israel) and Africa.

Step 1
Register for the conference by thoroughly reading the registration instructions mentioned and then filling out the registration form. Payment will be required directly when registering.

Step 2
Your application will be assessed by our Participants Coordinators and be accepted or rejected. The decision will be made and announced to you within 14 days of application. In case of rejection, your fee will be refunded within two weeks after your rejection.

Step 3
In case of an accepted application, you will receive an e-mail which will inform you of this. After that, our participants coordinators will provide you with details of where you can book your accommodation. A booked accommodation is a prerequisite for Visa applications. 

Step 4 Once accommodation is secured you will be provided with an official letter which is to be taken to the embassy for your visa application within one week of securing accommodation. 

Step 5 Once your visa application procedure is completed you will be allocated to a council and country by our participants coordinators and receive all the information you need to prepare for the conference. 

If at anytime you have questions regarding registration please feel free to email our participants coordinators at participants@teimun.org!