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Interested to participate in NTU Model United Nations 2022? Check out the different applications that we have available for you. Stay tuned and follow our platforms to receive the latest updates on our openings! Please ensure that you are eligible for application before applying.
Looking forward to seeing you at NTUMUN 2022!
No application fee
Early Delegate/Delegation Application
Normal Delegate/Delegation Application
Late Delegate/Delegation Application
^ For a group delegation, the initial form only requires the details of the head delegate / teacher advisor.
Delegate information will not be required in the above form.
* All deadlines are set at 23:59, Singapore Standard Time (UTC + 8:00), of the mentioned dates
** Check out Other Events to know the registration details of our other events
NTUMUN does not discriminate based on race, colour, religion (creed), gender, nationality, disability, or marital status.
Additionally, no prior MUN experience is required to participate. Our councils offer a range of difficulty levels (beginner to advanced) so that delegates of all backgrounds can participate in a learning environment suitable for their experience level.
Please read through the following eligibility criteria before you proceed with your application:
Delegates must be 15-25 years old at the time of the conference.
Chairpersons must be 16-25 years old at the time of the conference.
All participants must be registered at a formal educational institution.
If you are enrolled at National Service in the case of Singaporean students or are taking a gap year, you are still welcome to apply. For example, under the 'Institution' section, please mention NS or Gap Year.
Only one representative/teacher advisor is required to register on behalf of a delegation. Please note that delegations must consist of a minimum of 6 and maximum of 10 delegates. There is no limit to the number of delegations from each institution.
All participants must use an internet-connected device that allows for audio and video transmission. Students can make use of computer facilities provided by their schools and higher education institutes.