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1. Good structured, informative and appealing website
It is terrible if one cannot find essential information easily on the website. I personnaly don't even bother searching for it and start looking for other conferences.
Good issues are the at the basis of a good conference. If the issues are bad, the level of debate will be low. An interesting main theme is also very important.
3. Ratio national / foreign participants
The more international a conference is, the better.
What do I get for the price I have to pay? This includes travel expenses and possibly ho(s)tel costs. Providing cheap (community) housing is a big plus.
The conference should not interfere with the preperation or even the conference dates of other conferences I would like to visit.
6. General impression, based on the website, stories heard at other MUNs, the organising committee, etc..
Another very important aspect of each MUN, are the assignments: which countries will be represented in which committee and which schools will represent which countries? If my school gets more than one delegation, I always like it when they're very different delegations (i.e. not Norway and Sweden, but Norway and Pakistan). Although I, of course, do not know my delegations in advance of the registration, I only can take it into account when I have to take a decision wether to participate in a conference again.