Please read Committee descriptions and the Registration Pointers below before filling out the Application
Due to the ongoing pandemic, GSUMUN 2021 could be an online conference. We will use Zoom to host this conference and will share more information as we get closer to the conference date. A computer that can access Zoom and a stable internet connection will be required for this conference.
Countries will be assigned at the discretion of the Secretary-General keeping in mind your country preferences.
While we will do our best to accommodate your preferences, please keep in mind that it may not be possible that your delegation will be assigned your first preference.
The Secretary-General assigns countries based upon preferences listed at the time of registration and the size of each delegation.
Schools may not represent more than one country that is a member of the Security Council or countries within close geographic proximity (e.g. India and Pakistan).
During initial registration, we reserve the right to balance Security Council powers.
No school will be allowed to represent the same Permanent Five Member-State two consecutive years in a row.
After registering for the conference on the GSUMUN website, your school will receive a confirmation email with an attached invoice.
The payment process will be included in the email alongside the invoice.
The invoice will include the delegation registration fees (due immediately & required to receive assignment) & the delegate fees for the number of delegates registered.
Due to the pandemic, no late fee will be charged for GSUMUN 2021, however we cannot guarantee a delegation assignment for schools that register late
Delegations may be dropped for non-payment by __
The first round of delegation assignments will not be released until the conference reaches 25% of capacity, except at the discretion of the Secretary-General. Upon the receipt of this e-mail, school representatives must confirm the acceptance of their given country assignments. Once the delegate count is confirmed, outstanding balances and delegate fees must be paid in full no later than March 25th to participate in the conference. Upon the acceptance of a given country assignment, schools assume the financial responsibility for the minimum number of delegates required for the country assignment and will be billed accordingly. The minimum number of delegates is defined as the number of delegates necessary in order to have at least one representative for the country present in each committee that it is a member. Refunds will not be given for bringing less than the minimum number of delegates. You may bring up to each delegation’s maximum capacity, and be billed accordingly. To double-check the minimum and maximum number of delegates, please refer to the delegation matrix or e-mail the Secretary-General.
In rare occasions, schools may find that they are unable to attend the conference due to extreme circumstances. In such cases, a written letter providing a detailed explanation of the situation must be submitted to the Secretary-General prior to opening ceremonies of the GSUMUN conference. The GSUMUN Secretariat will evaluate these requests on a case-by-case basis. All decisions are final. If your appeal is denied, your institution remains financially liable for all fees assessed. If you have questions regarding the appeal process, please contact the Secretary-General.