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We are looking forward to your participation in our 2024 conference!


​The course literature is carefully selected to support the participants' involvement in the lecture and conference weeks. In the week preceding the start of the conference, participants will write their position paper based on literature relevant to their committee. By doing so, the participant will be able to start the lecture week prepared. Following the position paper, in the first week of the conference the participants will attend a fill of fascinating lectures daily. Our speakers list is comprised of professionals working in fields that are highly relevant to the topics in the committees, ranging from speakers working for NGO's to UN Officials.  These lectures will bring the articles to life in a way that regular courses often do not. At the end of the first week participants will take the exam, in which they are given the opportunity to apply the knowledge they have gathered during the lecture week. This way, participants are fully prepared to enter the second week in which the conference will take place!

At the start of the second week, students will take on the role of either a delegate, lawyer or journalist. The second week will kick off with the participants giving a concise presentation on the stance of their country, client or newspaper on the topics or case discussed. This is a vital element, since it allows the participant to communicate their stance on each subject to their peers. The conference will then have officially started. With the presentation participants can contribute to their final course grade, which is based on their involvement in both the lecture week and conference week.

Application Requirements

Applications for delegates open on the 1st of March 2024. Participants must be enrolled in a university and younger than 30 years to be able to participate in UNISCA. Proficiency in English is required. In order to apply successfully, each aspiring participant is expected to deliver:

1

CV in english

Applicants are required to attach a CV (Curriculum Vitae) in English as part of the application requirements.

2

Motivation letter

A motivation letter (max. 250 words) as to why you would like to participate and your role preference.

3

1st year transcript

A transcript of record issued by your university, showing you have obtained all study credits from your first year of study. 

01 MAR - 01 MAY

General Information

Conference fee:

The conference fee is 129,- EUR for Bachelor students enrolled in a Dutch university, and 399,- EUR for Master students, students from outside of the Netherlands, and contract students. More information can be found under FAQ.

Dress Code: 

UNISCA is a simulation of the United Nations. As such, we oblige participants to dress accordingly. The dress code is business casual for the first lecture week and formal for the second conference week.

Terms and Conditions:

​Please refer to this page for our General Terms and Conditions.

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