April 2018, registration for FerMUN’19 open

We thank you for your interest in FerMUN. Please note that our conference is open to  600 participants, therefore, by submitting Form I, your participation at the conference is not automatically guaranteed. You will be notified via email by May 15th whether your school has been accepted to participate in FerMUN’19.

We strongly encourage returning schools to take part in our bilingualism by sending transtors and/or interpreters. Registration must be done by a MUN director (teacher).

Registration schedule:
  • Before April 27 registration (form 1)
  • May 15 notification of participation sent out by FerMUN management team
  • May 30 MUN directors send their students applications for chair positions (MUN directors will have selected the number of chairs confirmed on May 15)
  • June 15 school registration fee due (100€ non refundable)
  • June 20 publication of issues and appointment of chairs
  • September 30 assignment  of countries and committees
  • October 15 final registration (Form2  with ID photo) and final payment due
  • December 15 Position papers and Online Questionnaire (published early November) must be completed
Fees are:
  • school fee = 100€  (to be paid before July 15th – non refundable)
  • student fee= 150€ (3 meals + coffee breaks +  MUN party included )
  • teacher fee= 150€ (3 meals +coffee breaks + MUN party included )

Bank transfers are payable to:

Bank : Caisse d’Epargne Rhône Alpes
18 Grand rue 01210 Ferney-Voltaire
IBAN : FR76 1382 5002 0008 0059 0803 319
SWIFT : C E P A F R P P 3 8 2

Indicate the name of your school and Country on the bank transfer.
Please remember to add any bank fees that might occur.

For your students who would face financial difficulties, you can ask the FerMUN fund to help. Contact the MUN directors.

To become a chair at FerMUN . 

Dear directors,
You will be notified on May 15th  of the number of students you can send as chairs. You will then have to send application letters before May 30th. Chairs will be appointed by the Secretary General on June 20th. They will then have to write their research report and email it before July 30th. The reports will be amended and corrected during the summer (students will exchange emails) and once they are validated on August 31st, you will receive the final version that your students would have to translate in your school. Reports must be validated in both languages before October 30th.
If you are not able to do so (anglophone schools), it is not a problem at all, please let us know and we’ll organize this translation within our team.
Kind regards,

Florence Baudry