Model United Nations (MUN) is an extra-curricular activity during which delegates (students) simulate a real United Nations conference. MUN is great for developing critical thinking, debating, teamwork, and leadership skills as well as growing confidence. Cambridge Model United Nations a three-day event during which participants research a country’s position on current topics and faithfully represent its viewpoint throughout debates, with the goal of passing resolutions and discussing on-going global issues. It is an excellent opportunity for students in Years 10-13 to gain hands-on experience with public speaking, international affairs, and teamwork.
Moreover, Cambridge is perhaps most known for its leading researchers and a renowned university. However, the rapidly expanding town has much more to offer. The Fitzwilliam Museum, Botanical Gardens, and University Colleges are examples of the city’s many attractions. Such an environment not only encourages participants to come well-prepared to the debates but also stimulates deeper thought about crucial issues affecting every corner of the world. Cambridge prides itself in the many international residents that choose to live here.
The city of Cambridge has a rich academic and cultural history. Cambridge University, a world-famous higher education institution, provides a strong background to the city’s international viewpoint. CamMUN aims to use this global outlook to host an exceptional conference.
CamMUN will take place at the Stephen Perse Foundation Senior School in Cambridge, England. Further, CamMUN is aimed at secondary school students between the ages of 14-18. You must be in secondary (high school) education at the time of the conference to be able to attend. All abilities are welcome and no previous MUN experience is required to take part in this conference!
The cost per delegate is £58 and payments are via invoice. This cost covers meals throughout the weekend, a social event on the Saturday evening and committee debates. Further, The cost of accommodation is not and will need to be paid for separately.