On average, each NHSMUN Background Guide is the result of approximately 10,000 hours of our staff members' collective time. It's no wonder our backgro... read more
Welcome to NHSMUN
Held at the United Nations Headquarters and the New York Hilton Midtown, the National High School Model United Nations (NHSMUN) is the world's largest Model UN conference, with hundreds of schools and thousands of delegates attending from around the world. NHSMUN is known for its diverse, prestigious attendees, its world-class staff, and its engaging committee simulations of proven substantive quality. NHSMUN provides students with opportunities to interact with high-profile, relevant United Nations figures, including an in-person visit with diplomatic representatives of the countries the students are representing. Academically rigorous material, thought-provoking debate, and a staff of carefully-selected MUN experts -- whether you are a beginner or veteran, if you are looking for an engaging, immersive experience in the world of international affairs, problem solving, and diplomacy, NHSMUN is the conference for you.
Delegates in Action
Why attend NHSMUN?
World Class Staff
Top university students from around the world mentor their secondary school counterparts
Premier Background Guides
NHSMUN produces the most comprehensive background guides in the world, preparing students for top-notch committee participation
NHSMUN's staff leadership team is known for its meticulous attention to detail and around-the-clock availability
Conclude your 4 days of problem solving by speaking at the world-renowned podium of the United Nations General Assembly Hall
Check out NHSMUN's comprehensive digital resource library and training materials for MUN delegates
Distinguish yourself from your peers in your college applications by showing your involvement with Model UN.
Solutions You Can Take Home
View your digitally published resolutions online at the end of each conference
Build a Network
Become a part of the powerful network of the best and the brightest in the 21st-century Model United Nations community