Frequently Asked Questions
A number of frequently asked questions can be found here, with additional information available throughout our website. If you do not see your question here or would like a more in-depth answer, please do not hesitate to contact Kevin Zhen, the Under-Secretary General of Delegations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
May I register as an individual delegate for YMUN Taiwan?
Attending as an individual delegate is something that works and has been done in the past, however, it is encouraged that you attend with a group (friends, class, school...) for easier organization and committee assignments.
What should I do if I am interested in applying for financial aid?
We encourage that you first register for our conference and then submit your financial aid application to email@example.com.
I don’t appear to be receiving registration confirmation or any updates?
Emails from YMUN Taiwan may be ending up in your spam inbox. There may be old information and emails buried there. If this is a problem, please mark YMUN Taiwan emails as not spam or let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. Individual updates can be sent if requested in order to ensure that emails do not end up getting marked as spam.
What should I do if the number of delegates or advisors attending the conference changes?
Please let us know as soon as possible by emailing email@example.com. We encourage you to finalize your delegation size by the final conference payment deadline of March 17.
What if I cannot find a teacher advisor for my delegation?
Any non-delegate over the age of 18 can act as an advisor for a delegation, including parents.
How can I register if I am not attending YMUN Taiwan this year?
All students are welcome to register for YMUN Taiwan’s training program, regardless of conference attendance. Students who are not attending the conference can register by contacting us (a registration form will be available soon). Please note that registration costs 1000 NTD if you are not attending the conference.
What if my delegation has conflicts with the conference schedule?
Please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to find a work around so that you can maximize your participation at YMUN Taiwan.
Where can students stay at the conference?
Students are recommended to stay at the conference venue, which is Chientan Youth Activity Center. Additional information about our conference's venue can be found in the schedule and venue page under about.
If you are not interested in staying at the the conference venue, there are a number of hotels in the area within twenty minutes walking distance, many of which offer affordable and comfortable living accommodations.