The World Model United Nations
(WorldMUN) is an annual traveling Model United Nations
conference for college students run by Harvard
undergraduates and a team from a local university from the host city. Dubbed the "Olympics of Model UN", WorldMUN moves to a new international city each year and attracts 2,000 college and graduate students from more than 60 countries, making it the largest traveling collegiate-level Model UN conference in the world.
Over the past two decades, WorldMUN has traveled to 19 cities in five continents, including The Hague in the Netherlands; Puebla, Mexico; Geneva, Switzerland; Beijing, China; Edinburgh, United Kingdom; Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt; Heidelberg, Germany; and Belo Horizonte, Brazil. The conference lasts one week in March and combines committee sessions during the day with nightly social events. WorldMUN was founded in 1991 and is the only traveling Model UN conference in existence.
WorldMUN 2011 was held between March 14-18, 2011 in Singapore
It was recently announced that Vancouver, Canada had won the bid to host WorldMUN 2012. The exact date of the conference as well as partner university have yet to be......