All educational institutions offering a degree, or similar graduate or postgraduate qualification or training, in law or in a field related to international law, or in international relations, are eligible to participate in the Competition. Each institution may enter one team, regardless of the number of colleges, departments, faculties, or schools within that institution, and the team may include students from one or more of its colleges, departments, faculties, or schools. Each country, including the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong, the Special Administrative Region of Macau, England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, may be represented by a maximum of 5 teams, regardless of how many teams from the same country register. In case more than 5 teams register from the same country, the teams will have to participate in a Qualifying Round in order to determine the 5 teams that will participate in the International Round of the Competition. Information on Qualifying Rounds can be found here.

Step-by step registration guide

1. Put together a team of at least 3 students (maximum 7 members per team, including coaches).

2. Check the eligibility of your student members:

a. Only actively enrolled students in Bachelor, Master or Juris Doctor Programs are eligible to participate. Exchange students may                  participate on behalf of their host university.
b. Non-law students may be considered eligible, provided that they have the requisite legal knowledge.
It is each team’s responsibility to ensure that its team members have a level of legal knowledge suitable for the Competition.
c. Students admitted to practice, including by having taken and passed the bar exam, are prohibited to participate.
d. These restrictions shall not apply to the leading and assistant coaches.

3. Register your team by submitting the digital registration form before 23 November 2022 @ 11:59pm CET.

Congratulations! You are now registered for the 2023 IBA ICCMCC!
We will send you all the necessary information regarding your participation in the Competition on 28 November 2022.

IMPORTANT NOTE: You have not yet recruited the students to be part of your team yet, but still want to register your university? Send us the registration form including the details of your university and a contact person, and complete your registration with the name of the student members by 9 January 2023 @ 5pm CET.

Pay your registration fee

Registered teams for the International Round of the IBA ICCMCC 2023 will receive an invoice for the registration fee in the beginning of February 2023. The invoice includes all necessary bank details to make the payment via (a) credit card or (b) bank transfer. The invoice will be sent by Leiden University’s financial department via email to the contact person for invoices mentioned in the team’s registration form. You will have 30 days from the date you receive the invoice to pay the registration form. Should we not receive the payment in time, your registration will be automatically cancelled.

Fees

The registration fee for participation in the International Rounds, is based on the World Bank List of Economies (FY 2022-2023).

  • €1250 – teams from high-income countries;
  • €950 – teams upper middle-income countries;
  • €550 – teams from lower-middle & low income countries.

Questions? Contact us!