Q: Who is eligible to apply for NTCMUN?
A: We invite high school and college enrolled students around the world to join us as delegations, individual delegates or observers.
Q: When is registration?
A: Our registration opens at 08:30 AM GMT+8 on April 1st , and closes at 11:59 PM GMT+8 on May 1st , 2018.
Q: Could I apply for the conference even though I have no MUN experience?
A: All high school and college enrolled students, regardless of MUN experience, are welcomed to apply for NTCMUN. There will be training programs for all levels of participants to gain full knowledge about the conference.
Q: How much should I pay for the registration?
A: NTCMUN is fully funded by New Taipei City Government, so the
conference is free of charge.
Q: Where can I access to the registration application?
Q: Does NTCMUN guarantee accommodation?
A: Unfortunately, accommodation is not guaranteed. The participants need to arrange the hotels, meals and transportation by themselves. However, NTCMUN does provide a list of hotels with favorable prize. For more information, please refer to Accommodation on our website.
Q: Is there a dress code?
Q: Does NTCMUN Office provide visa?
A: Unfortunately, we only provide official document for our participants. We don't work directly with Ministry of Foreign Affairs, R.O.C. (Taiwan), so please submit the required documents to obtain a visa. For more information, please refer to Travel & Visas.
Q: How do I confirm my registration and the qualification?
A: After the registration is complete, you will receive a confirmation E-mail automatically. Then according to the sequence and the correctness of the material that participants submit, NYCMUN staff will send an admission notice to the qualifier, and notify candidates on the waiting list.
Q: how do i register as double delegates?
A: Mark "yes" on the double delegates in the application form, and then fill in you and your partner's names and schools. As long as both of the application form is written correctly and thoroughly, you will be grouped to represent a country.
Q: What is a position paper?
A: A position paper is a required document from each delegate summarizing the country's or organization's opinions on each
committee topic. Delegates are required to submit only one position paper about a single agenda.
Q: When is the deadline for submitting position papers and where should I submit it?
Q: What type of committees does NTCMUN offer?
A: We offer seven different kinds of committees as follows:
1. General Assembly 1-Disarmament and International Security
2. General Assembly 3-Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Issues
3. General Assembly 4-Special Political and Decolonization
4. United Nations Development Programme
5. United Nations Center for Counter-terrorism
6. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
7. United Nations Economic and Social Council
These committees differ in both size and topics. For specific information, please refer to Committee on our website.
Q: What do I need to prepare for the conference?
A: After the registration is complete and your country and committee are confirmed, you need to submit a "position paper" which represents your country's stance towards the agenda of your committee and do the research about the committee topic. Moreover, there will be a training program on June 1st in order to educate all the participants about the general information of NTCMUN, rules of procedure, preparation for the conference and so on.
Q: HOW DOES THE TRANSLATION PROCEED IN THE CONFERENCE?
A: If delegates mark "less influential" on English ability, we will provide simultaneous interpretation equipment during the conference. If delegates need to speak, the interpreter will translate Chinese into English.
Q: is the training program necessary for all the participants?
A: NTCMUN provides an one-day training program for delegates to know more about the workings of the UN, rules of procedure, position paper and draft resolution. We invite experienced speakers and our dais team members to share their thoughts and techniques about preparing the MUN conference. It is free of charge, and surly an easy way for you to learn the basics.
(For the smooth going of the conference, it is strongly recommended for all delegates; however, participants could consider whether it's necessary based on their circumstances.)