Model United Nations
Model United Nations
The application procedure at FlensMUN is a necessary step that you need to complete in order for us to assign you a country and committee according to your own preferences. In that application, we will ask you to explain your motivation so that we can get to know you better and understand the reasons for your application. Please be aware, the registration form’s server does not safe any drafts. So you’ll have to finish the application process in one go.
You’ll find further information about the delegate registration below.
If you are a teacher and would like to accompany a delegation, please email us directly, quoting the group tag.
Click the button on the right to find an overview of all available countries and committees at our conference. We will keep this document updated as the countries are assigned.
Application as Delegate
In MUN, a delegate is a participant who represents a specific country or organization and engages in simulated diplomacy to resolve global issues. The delegate is responsible for researching and preparing for the conference and speaking, negotiating, and advocating for their assigned country or organization during committee sessions. The delegate must work collaboratively with other delegates to create resolutions and solve global issues while being well-versed in parliamentary procedure, international law, and current events. The delegate’s role is to represent their assigned country or organization and work towards achieving global peace and stability.
There will be a small participant fee of 35€ that covers lunch on Friday and Saturday, coffee brakes and entrance fees for all social and academic events.
If you have financial bottlenecks, please reach out to us and we find a solution for you. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to participate at our FlensMUN no matter their financial situation!
Note: You don’t have previous experience? Don’t worry! There’s always a first time! And we will offer a workshops to all the delegates in order to familiarize you with the MUN rules and procedures.