What is Model United Nations?
Born in 1946, a Model United Nations (MUN or Model UN) is a simulation of the United Nations, in which students play the role of ambassadors of UN member states. They propose, debate, and negotiate solutions to modern-day problems – from achieving better climate policies to preventing nuclear proliferation.
The SPNU Model UN team
Our Model UN team does three things: train delegates for conferences, organise mock conferences on campus called “MiniMUNs”, and lead delegations to conferences.
In the past, our team has led delegations to the following conferences:
|Conference||Full name||Location||Year attended|
|WorldMUN||Harvard World Model United Nations||Seoul, Rome, Madrid||2015, 2016, 2019|
|RIMUN||Reims International Model UnitedNations||Reims (France)||2015, 2016, 2019|
|PIMUN||Paris Reims International Model United Nations||Paris (France)||2008-2019|
|CUIMUN||Cambridge University International Model United Nations||Cambridge (UK)||2018|
|OXIMUN||Oxford International Model United Nations||Oxford (UK)||2014-2017|
|LIMUN||London International Model United Nations||London (UK)||2018, 2019, 2020|
|SPMUN||Sciences Pistes Model United Nations||Reims (France)||2021|
|Leirion MUN||Leirion International Model United Nations||Athens (Greece)||2021|