IMUNA's 2018 Summer Model UN Program

JULY 22-28, 2018

After serving more than 175,000 students around the world in 44 years, IMUNA and its flagship conference, NHSMUN, have come to exemplify academic excellence in Model UN. Our delegates and staff members have gone on to become influential leaders in international relations, business, science, law, and many other fields. Now, we’re excited to start educating the next generation of MUN leaders in a new way: academically challenging and inspiring summer programs.

IMUNA Summer Programs take place right in the heart of New York City. Based out of the NY Hilton Midtown Hotel – the same venue where NHSMUN is held every year – our students will be just minutes away from the UN Headquarters and countless UN Missions. But in truth, the students don’t even need to leave the hotel to tap into a wealth of MUN and UN resources. Our instructors are the best of IMUNA’s talented, international staff, including former Secretaries-General of college-level conferences and globally esteemed MUN educators.

Needless to say, passionate, dedicated MUNers are not going to want to miss this!

More details about our Summer Programs are available in our brochure!

Summer Programs are available for both beginner and advanced students, and for parents, we are happy to work with you to determine the program most suited for your child. Both camps run from July 22-28, 2018. Seats are limited, however, so don’t wait too long to sign up for this summer’s most exciting new MUN experience!

Registration is open! Please complete the form at the right in order to begin your sign-up. After you do that, a member of our team will contact you by email in order to continue your registration. Please contact info@imuna.org for more information or with any questions that you might have.



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About NHSMUN

NHSMUN is a project of the International Model United Nations Association, a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) educational organization affiliated with the Department of Public Information (DPI) of the United Nations.