MMUN International Conferences
Q: Do the children need visas for the travel to Rome or China?
Please check with your country’s State Department or the consulate of the host country to see the regulations about visas. They will provide information about how to obtain a visa if it is required. EU, US and Canadian citizens do not need visa to visit Italy. To enter China however, non-Chinese attendees will be required to apply for a tourist visa. For more information and assistance with visa applications, please visit https://www.passportsandvisas.com/montessori-mun/
Q: Does MMUN provide a letter of invitation for my school group?
A letter of invitation can be issued by MMUN upon request. The teacher coordinator must submit a request by email to email@example.com.
Be sure to include in your email request the following information in an excel spreadsheet for each of the registered participants:
– Full name as shown on their passport;
– Passport number;
– Date of birth;
– Expiration dates of their passports
Please make sure you also view MMUN’s VISA Policy on the website.
Q: What immunizations are recommended for travel?
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides comprehensive information. Click here for more information: http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/list/
Q: How far is the nearest hospital from the Rome Conference Venue?
There will be an emergency response team at the Conference venue and the nearest hospital is about 15-20 minute drive from the Conference venue, as well as, the Marriott Park Hotel.
Q: Is the Rome Conference conducted at a hotel?
Yes. The official venue for the Rome Conference is the Marriott Park Hotel, which is located at via Colonnello Tommaso Masala 54, Rome 00148, Italy.
Q: Is the MMUN Rome Conference part of a larger event of some kind? If so, what is the event?
No. The MMUN Rome Conference will not be connected to any other event. There is a tour after the Conference which is provided independently of the Conference. For more information, go to https://montessori-mun.org/italy-unesco-tours/
Q: Will the official language at the Conference be English?
Yes. There will be teachers and high school students who have attended MMUN and will serve as the MMUN Bureau. They speak Italian, French, Spanish and Chinese and will help with translation, if needed.
Q: Will the Conference be run under the same rules as the Conference in New York, which we have attended?
Yes, it is a MMUN Conference with all the same protocol and procedures.