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The MUNLawS Conference accepts university and secondary school students and delegations! Delegations including less than 10 delegates may bring one observer/mentor. Delegations consisting of 10 or more delegates may bring two observers/mentors. Once the application is complete, applicants will receive an acceptance letter via email in which further payment details will be listed. Please be aware that applicants do not receive their committee and country allocations until the payment procedure is complete.
60,00 EUR per delegate / observer
The price includes all conference materials, snacks and drinks during coffee breaks and certificate of participation.
90,00 EUR per delegate / observer
The price includes all conference materials, snacks and drinks during coffee breaks, lunch during all three days of the conference and certificate of participation.
IMPORTANT: All conference fees are non-refundable once payed. All costs regarding their transfer are to be covered by the applicant. The fees do not cover accommodation, dinners, transfers to and/or from the airports, entrance fees, social events, etc. MUNLawS team will be happy to help with arranging with all of what's listed before.
All delegates that need to acquire a visa, please take in account that visa proceedings can take up to a month, so make sure you plan and apply well ahead. If you will need a visa, please let us know in the application form. You will receive an e-mail with further instructions.
We will issue the necessary Letter of Confirmation after we have received the fee payment in full (please keep in mind that it can sometimes take up to a week for banks to process the transfer). You also have to provide us with:
an original confirmation of admission to your Faculty/University with the official stamp of the Faculty/University
two contacts, one being a professor or an administrative worker at your Faculty and the other could be anyone