Most frequent questions and answers
BIMUN 2020 is scheduled to be convened from 21 to 24 May 2020 at China Foreign Affairs University (Shahe Campus).
BIMUN 2020 has thirteen committees. To be more specific, five committees in English, four committees in Chinese, two committees in French, one committee in Spanish, and one multilingual Main Press Center.
The Secretariat of BIMUN will release the Award Policy before the start of the conference. The specific awards for each committee will be listed in the document. The Secretariat of BIMUN reserves the right of final interpretation of the setting of awards.
If the delegate is absent without legitimate excuse for more than one session or leave for more than two sessions, the Secretariat of BIMUN will NOT issue the Certificate of Participation. Please note that the preliminary session is as important as the formal session, and the absence in the preliminary session is thus equally weighted. If a delegate is late for a session, the Director of the committee reserves the right to interpret whether he or she is absent in that session.
The Secretariat of BIMUN will provide delegates with abundant information about hotels in the surrounding district for reference, but will NOT book the Reception Center of CFAU or other hotels for delegates in advance. Participants can book rooms through phone or online booking platforms (e.g. Ctrip). During the conference, if necessary, the Secretariat will arrange shuttle buses to and from those distant hotels. Please inform the Department of Liaison as soon as possible after having successfully booked the hotel. If participants are from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan or other foreign countries and territories, please consult the hotel in advance to confirm if they are allowed to stay. China Foreign Affairs University Model United Nations Association and Beijing International Model United Nations have no interest in and is not related to any hotels. Delegates can pay fees directly to the hotel and request invoices.
All delegates and observers are required to be dressed in formal wear to attend sessions, the opening and closing ceremony, and in other occasions specified by the Secretariat, if any.