The registration for TEIMUN 2019 is almost open! The Conference will take place from July 8 until July 13. There is no deadline for Western applications, but both Participants Coordinators will start allocating the councils and countries from June onward. As such, the later you apply, the lower the chances that you will receive your preferred council and country. Moreover, the closer you apply to the conference, the less time you have to prepare!
How to Register
Registration will only take a few minutes. You can register via the ‘Sign Up Now’– button on our website. Registration is now open, so make sure that you obtain a spot. The conference fee is €150, per person and advisers from the delegations pay a fee of €75 per person. Please bear in mind that your registration is only completed once you have paid the conference fee, only then will we allocate you to a country in a council.
When registering, please consider the following:
Please take into account the difficulty levels of each committee before registering! The Security Council for example, which has two chambers for moderated and unmoderated caucuses, is generally considered more difficult. If you have questions about the council difficulty or anything related, feel free to send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every delegate should submit a motivation statement when registering for the conference. This statement is a chance for you to display your proficiency in writing about global affairs and your command in English in general. We will assess these two skills on the basis of your statement and this can have major consequences for being accepted to the conference or not. Please realize that any form of plagiarism will result in a direct rejection of your application.
Additionally, we only accept participants between the ages of 18 and 30. Though the conference is attended by a vast majority of university students, enthusiastic high school and higher education students can apply via the registration forms on this site.
Individual & Delegate registration
You can sign up for the conference individually, which entails you represent a country in one of the councils on your own.
You can also sign up as a delegation, which means you represent a country with a maximum of two participants. You can register for a delegation by stating the name of your partner delegate in the registration form under the heading ‘delegation’.
Delegation from a university, MUN Society etc.
We welcome delegations from universities, MUN Societies and other organisations. If you are interested in sending a delegation, please contact our Participants Coordinator at email@example.com.
Application process breakdown and timelines
Step 1- Registration for the conference through filling in the application form through the TEIMUN website. Please note: unlike previous years, this application form already includes the payment of the conference fee through our secure on-line platform. (Takes approximately 20 mins)
Step 2- The application will be vetted and either accepted or denied by the Participant Coordinators. The decision will be submitted within one week of the application being made. (Within 7 days of application)
Step 3- In case of non-acceptance of an applicant by the Participant Coordinator, the conference fee will be reimbursed (minus transaction costs incurred by TEIMUN, if any) through the same on-line system it has been paid through. (Within 14 days after step 2)
Step 4- The participant will be provided with details of where they can book their accommodation. Please note that accommodation is a prerequisite for Visa applications. (Within two weeks of acceptance)
Step 5- The participant, after securing accommodation, will be provided with an official letter to be taken to the embassy for visa application – Only applies to Non-Western participants. (Within one week of securing accommodation)
Step 6- The participant will be added to the final list of participants; they will then be sent the details of the councils that they will have been appointed to plus the countries. (To be communicated in June)
Should you have any further questions, concerns or remarks, please do not hesitate to use our contact button to get in touch with us or send an email directly to our Participants Coordinator Linn van der Meij at firstname.lastname@example.org