We thank you for your interest in this year’s Berlin Model United Nations Conference held from November 15th to November 18th at the John F. Kennedy School Berlin. Please note BERMUN accepts only applications from schools not individual students. All participants must be accompanied by an adult chaperone/teacher.
The topic for the 2017 conference is Women’s Empowerment: A Key to Good Governance and Socio-Economic Prosperity.
Form I is now closed. All applicants have been notified.
Accepted schools have receive login and password information to access Form II.
|April 28||Form I and Student Officer applications due|
|May 7||Notifications sent out to schools and Student Officers|
|May 7||YA, Press and ICJ applications open online|
|May 23||YA, Press and ICJ applications due|
|June 1||Notifications sent out to YA, Press, and ICJ applicants|
|June 1||Form II opens online|
|October 1||Form II due|
|October 15||Payments due|
|Delegation Fee:||EUR 20.00 (per delegation)|
|Students:||EUR 60.00 (three lunches included)|
|Directors and Chaperones:||EUR 60.00 (three lunches included)|
|Housing fee:||EUR 20.00 (for participants in the Community Housing Program)|
The fees are specifically earmarked for running the BERMUN program. Please compute the total on the basis of the number of students and MUN advisors attending the conference.
Bank transfers are payable to:
Niederlassung der Landesbank Berlin AG
Account No. 1010007820
SWIFT-Code (BIC): BELADEBEXXX
Clearly indicate on the bank transfer: BERMUN 2017 – THE NAME OF YOUR SCHOOL – NUMBER OF STUDENTS AND TEACHERS – NUMBER OF STUDENTS AND TEACHERS IN HOUSING (if applicable)
The Deadline is October 15, 2017.
All countries in the General Assembly (GA) will be represented by one delegate in the Environment Committee (EC), Human Rights Committee (HRC), Political Committee (PC), Disarmament Committee (DC) and the Special Conference (SPC). The Security Council (SC) and the Historical Security Council (HSC) will have two delegates per delegation.
Please keep in mind that Security Council and Historical Security Council delegates must be fluent in English, very well informed about the topics and the current situation in world politics, and ready to present their country’s opinion at all times.
Delegations are represented by the following number of delegates: