Frequently Asked Questions
Published on February 20, 2017
Model United Nations, also known as MUN, is an actual simulation of the United Nations.
Published on February 16, 2017
Early bid fees (registration until 15 of April)
Is MUN experience required?
No, only some countries require a previous experience, marked with a *. If it’s your first MUN, you can apply for any country that does not require previous experience.
I have a Bachelor degree but I do neither study nor work. Am I eligible as a delegate?
I am a Post graduate student. Am I eligible as a delegate?
I have a high school diploma but I do not attend university, am I eligible for the conference?
Yes, but you need to be at least 18
Is there any selection test that I need to pass?
No, everyone is welcome!
Is any English Proficiency certificate needed?
No, but make sure you can enjoy an entire week full of negotiations and new friends entirely in English. It can also be an opportunity to improve your English speaking skills.
Do you need a University enrollment certificate?
No, because it’s not necessary to be enrolled in the University. You must be 18+. Even if there is only one underage delegate in a delegation, we cannot accept him/her.
Apply For Conference
Published on February 16, 2017
When you apply, you declare your full reception of all the rules you can find here: Terms and conditions, and should read carefully before applying. Keep in mind that you will have to sign it at a check in before a conference.
How To Register
Published on February 15, 2017
First step to register for the conference is to fill delegate registration form
Is the payment refundable?
Please note, that the fee is refundable (65% only) in case the applicant notifies Executive Committee before the 1st of May. After 1st of May, the fee is not refundable.
Do you provide any scholarship to cover conference expenses?
No, but some university are willing to pay the conference fees for their students. Ask your university or institution.
Are transportation, accommodation and other expenses covered by the conference?
Please check the section of Fees & Terms
Published on February 14, 2017
Ivane Javakhishvili State University also known as Tbilisi State University. This is the place, where our conference will be held.
Can I represent my own country?
Generally, no. Our aim is to help you broaden your horizons and discover new cultures, therefore tend to assign countries different from your own.
What are the differences between the positions offered?
A delegate is someone acting as a representative of a member state or observer. Member states enjoy full rights, whereas observers (countries that are not UN-member states or that do not have a seat in the committee, and organisations at several levels) can participate in debates, but only vote on procedural matters.
In CFS there are also participants. These can only be present during debate and may not intervene.
A judge is a member of the ICJ.
The LDA MUN Chronicles is comprised of journalists. They will report on the events of the conference, and while they may be present during debate they shall not take part in it.
When will I get further info about the conference?
As soon as we receive the payment receipt and we assign you a country/committee, you’ll be contacted by your Chairs. They will help you going through the procedure.
What’s a Position papers? When is the deadline?
Have a look here: Position Paper Guidelines.
Your Chairs will be in contact with you to explain everything and give you a deadline. Don’t hesitate to contact them for any further problem you may encounter.