Delegate Information

This page will give you useful information regarding the European Student Forum (ESF) in order to facilitate your planning, and to encourage your participation. 

How do I secure my spot at ESF 2018?

  • Step 1: Apply online through our website (you must log in to your SGAC account to apply).
  • Step 2: SGAC will review your application for approval or denial.
  • Step 3: If your application is approved, you will receive a confirmation email with additional details on how to secure your place for ESF 2018.

Admissions are rolling. This means applications are reviewed as they come in. The sooner you apply, the sooner your application will be reviewed for approval, the sooner you can secure your ESF spot, and the sooner you can start making your travel arrangements!

The European Student Forum attendance is limited to 60 people, so only the most motivated applicants will get the opportunity to attend.

If, for any reason, you require further assistance or confirmation, please let us know: [email protected] or [email protected]

What is included in the ESF 2018?

The ESF includes the admission to the European Student Forum which includes the following:

  • Coffee breaks
  • Lunch
  • Wifi available at the venue
  • Sightseeing and tour of Budapest (optional after closing ceremony)
  • Your badge (which will give you access to all of the above)

The dress code for the ESF is business casual.

There is no specific packing list, but here are some things you might want to take:

  • Passport
  • Tourist visa (if required)
  • A laptop computer or tablet for ESF work (if you have one)
  • An electrical adapter to change voltage or shape connector for any appliances brought overseas (European standard, 230V, 50Hz, AC).
  • Notebook
  • Business cards