Model United Nations at Georgetown-Qatar
The tentative dates for next year's MUN are Thursday February 20th to Sunday February 23rd, 2014! The application for school delegations (6 students each) will be posted in June 2013, with a likely deadline of early October.
Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar's annual Model United Nations (MUN) conference is a forum for engaged high school students to debate current global issues and gain insight into the world of international politics and policy-making. The MUN conference is governed by the MUN Student Board.
Each year we welcome over 350 students from schools around the world to Doha for four days of MUN committee sessions and cultural experiences. Interested schools may apply to bring a team of 6 student delegates to the conference.
Information on the upcoming conference - MUN 2014!
- MUN Student Board
- Committees and Topics 2014
- Our MUN Procedural Guide
- How to Prepare for Our MUN Conference
- Our MUN Honor Pledge exemplifies the attitude that delegates are expected to have at the conference.
- The highlight of the MUN for many students is the Cultural Night.
- Questions about what to do in Doha? Where to eat? What to wear? Visit our Doha FAQ!
Information on the 2013 conference:
Information on the 2012 conference:
What is MUN?
Model United Nations is a student-run simulation of the United Nations, where students assume the roles of foreign diplomats to learn about international politics and diplomacy.
Participants at our MUN are high school students from around the world, who join our MUN as a school team of six students and one or two teachers. Student participants ("delegates") are required to research both the country they will represent at the conference as well as the specific topics to be debated in their assigned committee.
All of our committees are chaired by Georgetown University - Qatar students.
Previous Conference Details
Contact MUN at SFS-Qatar
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about our Model United Nations program.