Terms and Conditions, Financial Aid Applications
✓ YMUN 44 Terms and Conditions
Outlines eligibility, registration and conference policies, disclaimers, deadlines and fees for Yale Model United Nations. Please ensure you read the document carefully. By registering, all Delegates, Advisors and Delegations agree to comply with the Terms and Conditions set forth by Yale Model United Nations.
✓ Financial Aid Applications:
Financial Aid is available for individual delegates and delegations, both domestic and international. Applicants are encouraged to submit financial aid applications as early as possible, as decisions will be made on a rolling basis. The applications will be available on May 22. The deadline is October 8, 2017.
✓ Individual Delegation Financial Aid Application
✓ Delegation Financial Aid Application
✓ Breaking Boundaries Application (for Domestic Schools)
✓ Regional Scholarship Application (for International Schools)
✓ Committee Applications:
YMUN XLIV offers five application-only committees. United Nations Security Council is encouraged for our most seasoned delegates. Admission into this committee will be selective to ensure debate of the highest quality. The Press Corps is a unique way of experiencing YMUN through the lenses of the world's most influential news outlets. The European Central Bank committee provides a challenging, fast-paced, and advanced channel for debate over European financial matters. The International Court of Justice will work to address issues pertaining the international law with delegates as justices. Please click on each application to learn more about each committee. The deadline to apply for each committee is October 8, 2017.
- United Nations Security Council
- Press Corps
- European Central Bank
- International Court of Justice - Apply to be an Advocate or Justice
- Ad-Hoc Committee
✓ Global Exchange Program: Application
The Global Exchange Program is a challenging, international relations program for highly motivated and exceptional delegates during Yale Day on the morning of Friday January 20th, 2018. This program aims to help delegates grapple with major issues and fundamental leadership questions that they will face as the next generation of leaders. Delegates will have a chance to work very closely with some of Yale’s most impressive professors in lectures, seminars, and a town hall style debate. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
COUNTRY ASSIGNMENT POLICY
For delegations that have completed registration, paid the deposit and are accepted to the conference by October 8th, 2017, country assignments will be determined in mid to late October. Country assignments will be released to delegations once the full payment has been made and the delegation has no outstanding balance. Due to limited availability and a large number of participants, country preferences cannot always be met. Space is also limited in Specialized Committees, and while we will do our best to accommodate your delegation’s preferences, we do not guarantee that all preferences will be met.
Country assignments are determined by a variety of factors, including Model United Nations experience, prior delegation conduct at Yale Model United Nations conferences, number of delegates requested, and country preferences. If you are not assigned one of the countries you requested, it may be to ensure that you receive the number of spots requested.
Country preference forms coming soon!