BISIMUN’19 – 10 Questions & 10 Answers

  1. When and where will BISIMUN happen?

22nd to 24th of March (Friday, Saturday & Sunday) at the British International School Istanbul which is located in Zekeriyaköy. The whole schedule is published on our website.


  1. How much is the fee for the conference?

Individual delegate: 300TL, Press Team and Chairs: 250TL. The dinner party (optional) on Saturday evening: 50TL. There is also an extra fee if a school wants all their students to represent the same country, in a delegation, which requires 200TL to be paid by the group.


  1. How many participants will there be at the BISIMUN?

80 delegates, 16 chairs and 6 press team members.


  1. How long will the conference last?

3 days which gives a total of 10 hours of debating and lobbying to solve two agenda items in each committee


  1. Is accommodation included in the fee?

No, but we have recommendations on our website.


  1. To what airport should I fly to when coming to BISIMUN?

Both airports on the European side are relatively close to our school.


  1. What are the committees and agenda?

There are 8 committees. 5 are general assembly, UNODC, ECOSOC, UNCSW, UNHRC, UNODA, while 3 are special assembly, NATO, UNSC, and WHO. You can visit our website for the agenda items and more information about each committee.


  1. What are MUST-DOs near the venue?

Delegates can enjoy the experience of going on bikes by the beautiful Bosphorus towards the city and areas where they can enjoy the night or day life of this vibrant city.


  1. What is the application deadline for the conference?

20th January. Hurry!


  1. How do I learn more about the conference?

Visit our website, or feel free to dm, email or call us about any questions.



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  1. I was honored to conduct the WHO committee alongside my friend, Vasco. During the three days of conference we not only debated upon 4 resolution which the hard working delegates came up with during the lobbying sessions but also we had so much fun by reading the gossip-box and during the fun session. The executive team members very super friendly and made everyone feel like its their home. I highly recommend this MUN to both exprienced and First-timers. And I feel the need to mention that within the many conferences that I have attended, BISIMUN’19 was the funnest by far.

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