UWMG20 FAQ

What is Model G20?

It is a conference in which students get to represent sherpa’s or representatives from the G20 countries and discuss solutions for various problems.

 

How does the Model G20 differ from Model UN?

Basically it is the same structure with a few minor changes. Once delegates register, the UWMG20 staff would send a Rules of Procedure document outlining the main differences.

 

I am a student but I do not have a delegation, can I still participate?

Yes, we are accepting registrations for delegations and individuals from different universities. You can register under the same form for external delegates, here.

 

I am a University of Waterloo student, can I participate as a delegate?

Yes, University of Waterloo students are allowed to participate and represent NGOs and International Organizations and Institutions in the G20. You can also participate by being part of the Press Committee in which you would represent a media outlet and create articles, interview delegates, take pictures, and finally create a newspaper.  You can register here.

 

I am an exchange student in the University of Waterloo, how can I participate?

Exchange students can register under their home university and represent a country in the G20 or an invited country. You can register under the same form for University of Waterloo students here.