FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who can participate in BIMUN?
Participants may be in High School or University. Before applying, please note that the permitted age gap for delegates is constricted between 15 and 22 years.
When does registration close?
Late registration closes on January 1st 2020 (for other deadlines, click HERE). However, country allocations are processed on a first-come-first-served basis. Therefore, do not wait too long with your registration; otherwise, your preferences might already be taken.
Is there a maximum or minimum number of delegates a school must take?
A school application form requires 2 or more students applying.
How many delegates can represent a nation?
A delegation may be represented in all committees excluding Security Council. Inside the same committee, there can only be two delegates representing a same nation.
How do I complete the payment?
Once registered, you will receive an email with the conference's bank account information.
How will I know whether you've received the payment?
As soon as we receive your payment we will send you an e-mail of confirmation. Your steps within the registration are then completed. The BIMUN Team will allocate you as soon as possible with consideration of your country's preferences.
Where should I sleep?
If you are an international delegate, we recommend that you take the "All-inclusive pack". Click here for more information.
Are there any evening activities planned?
There is a social event planned for Saturday night. A schedule will be outlined in the Conference booklet and will be published on the BIMUN website some weeks before the conference starts. The costs for the social package, are not included in the conference fee. The social event has a price of 30 EUR per delegate and Faculty Advisor.
I am from outside the European Union, do I need a Visa?
Please check whether you have to apply for a visa in order to participate at BIMUN ESADE 2020. Note that BIMUN only issues visa letters but never guarantees nor hands out a Visa.
I need to apply for a Visa, what do I have to do?
This mainly depends on the country you are registered in and how long you intend to stay in Spain. For detailed information please contact the Spanish embassy in your country.
What we can do for you concerning the Visa?
We want to stress that applying for a Visa may at some point turn out to be more difficult and time-consuming than expected. Therefore, we advise you to apply for a visa as soon as possible. We are willing to support you by issuing visa letters. As soon as you paid, activated and filled out your delegates profile successfully, you can request a visa letter via email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send the letter to you, which can be handed in at your embassy.
I need a formal invitation letter for my Institution/University, what should I do?
If you would like an invitation letter for your institution, please let us know by sending us an e-mail to email@example.com. In this email please state the official name of the institution, the name and the official title of the person the letter should be addressed to and an e-mail address. We will then proceed with your request as soon as possible.
How do I get to Barcelona?
Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and is therefore easily reachable either via train or plane. The closest airport is Barcelona-El Prat.
Does BIMUN arrange flights?
BIMUN does not take responsibility for planning flights. However, the organizers are willing to answer any questions related to booking.
If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or through the contact form. You will find all the necessary information on our website: www.bimunbarcelona.com. We are looking forward to welcoming you to BIMUN ESADE 2020 here in Barcelona!
The BIMUN Team 2020