Bring your classmates, community group, or your entire MUN team – we’re now welcoming group enrollments at the MUN Institute for Summer 2017!
“IDEA Public Schools sent almost a dozen teachers, and over 100 students to the Model United Nations Institute in hopes of making Model UN a staple for the district. Model UN has such an immensely positive impact on our student body, and we’re so excited to continue it!” -Karthik, MUN Advisor at IDEA Mission
Check out the impact the MUN Institute had on IDEA Public Schools and read their student success stories here!4>
Here at the MUN Institute, we are excited to not only allow individual enrollment for all Summer 2017 programs, but also to provide amazing experiences for student groups. Whether you want to attend the MUN Institute with your MUN team, youth group, or just a group of friends, we are ready to welcome you and give you all an amazingly fun and educational summer.
Why choose The Model United Nations Institute Summer Program?
Students from 40+ Countries Attend
The MUN Institute experience for international students is diverse, educational, and MUN is FUN! In 2016 alone, students came from 40+ different countries.
GAIN KNOWLEDGE & NEW SKILLS
Our program teaches Model UN which enables students to gain real world skills, learn about global issues, enhance their leadership, improve their English, and get accepted into great universities.
Our program provides a small group setting (1 to 12 ratio) which means students obtain personal feedback on public speaking, position papers, and resolution writing.
Group Enrollment Process
Questions? Concerns? Just want to chat?
Please contact Laurabeth at email@example.com at any time, or give us a call at (646) 308-1411!
Please note: The MUN Institute does not require a Visa for students to attend camp, but we are happy to provide an invitation letter to individual students that have submitted their registration. Please check with the U.S. Embassy what the requirements are to visit the U.S. to ensure you have the proper paperwork to enter the country. For the best possible summer experience, students should be able to speak, read, and write using basic English.