AMUNC 2018: UNSW Delegation Application
The UNSW UN Society will be sending a Delegation to the Asia-Pacific Model United Nations Conference from the 8th - 13th of July, which will be held at at our very own University of New South Wales! AMUNC is the Asia-Pacific's largest Model United Nations conference, that ordinarily would be quite difficult to attend due to having to travel overseas. However, as it is being hosted at home, this is an unprecedented opportunity for UNSW students to get involved in a highly prestigious conference, which, of course, you can whack on your Curriculum Vitae.

NB: this form is strictly for UNSW students who wish to attend the conference, and it is generally expected that all UNSW students going to AMUNC registers as part of the Delegation.
Perks of having a Delegation include:
- Meeting and getting to know other fantastic people.
- Training and guidance for all experience levels.
- Coordinating logistics, such as accommodation and travel.
- Potential ARC monetary subsidies offered to UN Society members (you can register after you apply for the Delegation).

In order to confirm your place on the Delegation, you must:
- Fill in the Delegate application form for AMUNC ( if you haven't already, and pay all relevant delegate fees on the website;
- Fill in this form; and
- Attend all mandatory Training Days held prior to the conference, or provide notice and a reasonable excuse for non-attendance.

At present, we will be accepting all applicants on a rolling basis, with applications being accepted well into June, so it's never too late to hop onboard if you're intent on going. However, to help us plan and gauge numbers, it would be appreciated if delegates applied as soon as possible. You do not have to be a UNSoc member to join the Delegation, only be an enrolled student at UNSW in the 2018 academic year.

More information about AMUNC can be found here:

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at

Kind regards,

Seung Chan Rhee
VP External Conferences

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