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Registration & Important Dates for 2021

The annual Bond University High School Model UN Conference will take place at the Bond University Campus, Gold Coast on Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th of May 2021.

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Early Bird Registration | Monday 15th February - Monday 1st March 2021

If you are a BUHMUN Country delegate - Please select the BUHMUN 2021 Country Delegate ticket. 

If you are a BUHMUN Journalist delegate - Please select the BUHMUN 2021 Journalist ticket.  

Standard Registration | Monday 1st March 2021 - Monday 26th April 2021

Whilst there is no limit to the size of each school's delegation, we recommend no more than 10 students per high school. 

Each individual delegate must register their attendance. Delegates must register the following information: 

  • Full Name 
  • Email 
  • Contact Number 
  • High School 
  • High School Postal Address 
  • Delegate Affiliation 
  • Dietary Requirements 

Cost

Early Bird Registration* | Monday 15th February - Monday 1st March 2021 | $35.00 (30% discount) 

*All school delegations registered in the early bird period will go into the draw to win a 90 Minute MUNC Masterclass with BUHMUN Convener and Assistant Professor (International Relations) Dr Mark Dinnen. 

Standard Registration | Monday 1st March 2021 - Monday 26th April 2021  | $50 

Numbers are strictly limited. Registration is mandatory.  

Background guide for conference topic

The background guide for the topic will be included within your preparation materials which will be sent to you in March.  

Please note: You will need this guide to craft your position paper.

Position papers

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The BUHMUN conference requires that each delegate prepares and submits a position paper. A position paper is a short essay that details your country’s policies on the topic(s) being discussed. Writing a position paper assists you in organising your ideas so that you can share your country’s position with other delegates at BUHMUN. You will also utilise the position paper to develop your speeches and working papers. To be as prepared as possible, it is vital that you research both your country and the topic being deliberated. Please take note of the BUHMUN guidelines when writing your paper. 

Read more information about the Position Paper. To submit your Position Paper, please email [email protected].