There is a plethora of ways to participate in MUIMUN. Search through this page to find the one that suits you best!
The Delegates’ registration for MUIMUN 2019 is now open!
A 5-day high quality MUN conference
Four lunches (Sunday-Wednesday)
Coffee, tea, biscuits and cake during the coffee breaks of conference
An original, high-quality MUIMUN conference bag for each delegate
Free entrance to our social events, including two parties, a historical city tour and a pub quiz
A free edition of our daily conference magazine Westphalian Diplomat
Other costs, such as travel expenses and accommodation are not included
This is a great opportunity for WWU students:
If you are currently studying in Münster, you can refine your MUIMUN experience with credit points for your university course.
If you need ‘Allgemeine Studien’ for your university course at the WWU, you can receive 5 credit points for this seminar. Your performance record will include:
Complete participation in a two day preparation seminar, that will be held prior to the conference.
Complete participation in the MUIMUN conference
a seperate registration on our website is necessary
The assessment of your performance during a determined committee session
Writing two position papers on the topics of the assigned committee (about 2-3 pages in total)
Writing a final report on the seminar and the conference (about 6-8 pages)
If you do not need ‘Allgemeine Studien’ for your studies, you are very wolcome to take part in the preparation workshops and/or the conference anyway, you just won’t be able to obtain credit points for it.
The Westphalian Diplomat is the MUIMUN newspaper that is published every day during the conference by our PR team. If you’re interested in journalistic work, support our PR-Team as a journalist or photographer! Join the Editorial Staff of the Westphalian Diplomat and help us reporting from the committee sessions and catching up the extraordinary spirit of MUIMUN! As a staff member, you will experience the whole conference without paying any fees.
What’s in it for you?
Becoming a rapporteur at MUIMUN is a wonderful opportunity for students, who are interested in MUIMUN but do not feel comfortable (yet) to participate as a delegate or as a team member. As a member of the dais, you will learn about the process of a Model United Nations conference, give assistance to the chairs, get lunch for free, take part in the MUIMUN Social Events (Rapporteurs don’t have to pay the Conference Fee) and get to know people from more than 35 countries.
However, if during the conference, you feel comfortable with contributing to the discussion, you might be offered to play the role of an expert to another committee.
Closely working together with the organization team and chairs, you will get a great insight into the organization of a conference.
What are your tasks at the conference?
Support the chair persons during committee sessions by
- Assisting delegates in the resolution writing process
- Resolution screening (proofreading draft resolutions)
- Document circulation
- Notepaper passing
- Voting assistance
Help the organizing team by
- Setting up committee rooms in the morning/ evening
- Guiding delegates to their committee venues/workshop rooms
- Supplying the committee with water
- Helping out, wherever help is needed!
How to apply?
For your application please send an Email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Email subject: Rapporteur – Application
- Country of origin
- Mobile phone number
- E-Mail address
Please also include a short description of your motivation and what tasks you would like to accept during the conference.
We are looking forward to receiving your applications and hope to welcome you soon as members of the MUIMUN administrative team!
Since MUIMUN 2016 we have instituted a Legal Service as a valuable resource to enhance our overall conference experience and quality. We are always looking for motivated and capable students to join our team.
The Legal Service’s main tasks are to assist and advise the committee chairs and delegates with their expertise in international law. It reviews committee topics (before the conference) and resolutions (during the conference) for their accordance with existing international law.
To apply you should
- Be a law student at WWU Münster
- Have taken at least some courses in international law (criminal or public)
Please send your applications (including CV and a motivational letter) to email@example.com
Join the team
The non-profit Münster MUN e. V. (German registered association) supports the MUIMUN project actively, especially with a staff (the volontarily working MUIMUN organization team) and ideally. Additionally, it also helps in funding the project.
The MUIMUN Conference is hosted by: