FAQs

If you have any questions regarding our conference that are not answered on this page, please feel free to be in touch via our Contact Us page or our Facebook page. Our Facebook messaging system allows for quick and direct access to the Secretariat for our conference. If using this system, you will receive a response in less than 24 hours, with most messages receiving a response within an hour. 

How can I apply to Chair or serve as Crisis Staff?  

Chairing and Crisis applications for TLVMUN 2019 are currently open! Go to our home page and click on the "Apply Now" button. 

 

 

Can I apply to be a delegate?

Visit MyMUN, open a free profile (if you don't already have one), and apply as soon as delegate applications will be open! If you have any questions or problems registering, please let us know in the Contact Us section of the website or through the chat option on our Facebook page.

Can I bring a delegation? 

Of course! You can found and register a delegation via the MyMUN conference page. For any queries, please send us a message through the Contact Us page regarding registering a delegation. 

 

How many members may a delegation have?

A delegation is a minimum of 2 people. We do not have a set maximum.

Who can participate?

Our conference is a university-level conference and is intended for university students. We require that participants be over 18 years of age in order to take part in our socials. If you are not a university student, but are over the age of 18, you are welcome to join us as a chair or delegate. 

 

What is the post-program?

The post-program is an interactive trip, introducing students to the top tourist destinations in Israel. The specific details of the program will be made available soon on our website and facebook page .

 

What are the transportation options?

Tel Aviv has a great public transport system. Specifically, we have buses, trains, and taxis. The City of Tel Aviv also has rental bike docking stations located throughout the city, with several docking stations on the university campus itself. 

Are there any holidays in Israel during the conference?

There will not be any major holidays in Israel at the time of the conference. However, the Jewish "Shabbat" or Sabbath takes place every Friday night through Saturday evening. During this time, public transportation does not run, however, taxis and the majority of Tel Aviv businesses such as restaurants, bars, and clubs will still be in operation.