Before you start…
Before you start the application procedure, we advise you to check out the
general information section.
Please read carefully the
The application procedure
Our application procedure consists of two steps:
The 1st step — delegations as a whole
In this step, the head of delegation (henceforth: the delegation manager) should provide us
information regarding the delegation as a whole, including: institutional and contact information, number of
MUN-Directors, the exact size of the delegation, country preferences and accomodation info.
- We do not accept individual registrations here.
If you want to apply to the
conference individually, follow this link.
- Much to our regret, we do not accept university level registrations.
- After you submit your application, you will receive an automatic email to the contact person's address.
This e-mail does not confirm or acknowledge your application to the conference automatically. It
only states that we received your application and it is being evaluated.
- After submitting your application please wait until the deadline of the 1st step of
application. We will evaluate all registrations and we will notify the contact person via e-mail with
the statement of acknowledgement/rejection.
The 2nd step – fill the delegations with delegates
After the first step is completed, countries and committee-positions will be assigned to your delegation on
the basis of the country preferences indicated in your application, method of preparation and
In the 2nd step, you will be asked to register your delegates one-by-one in order to assign them
to the committees and countries you will be given. You will receive login info via email.
The 2nd step breaks down to three phases:
- Phase I – individual participant information and 'Day 0' attendance
- Phase II – committee arrangements
- Phase III – arrival/departure dates
Administration consoles available here:
We always keep in touch with you
Our external communications team will make sure that you are regularly reminded of the upcoming steps and that
you are always informed of the latest news. With further queries you may also contact them at
Please note: your application does not mean automatic acceptance.
The 10th anniversary session of BIMUN is planned to be unique in several ways. The most eye-catching innovation
will be that all committees will be required to work on a common crisis. The topics provided to delegates in
advance are broadly framed, as they aim to highlight the aspect of the crisis the given committee should focus
on. This means that all committees will work on an ad hoc basis. Delegates will recieve further help through the
Conference Guide, another new feature of BIMUN 2021. Our goal is to have every delegate show their excellence
when faced with an unforseen situation, and to promote cooperation among the committees of BIMUN.
More details to follow soon!