Harvard World Model United Nations (WorldMUN) is the most internationally diverse college-level Model UN conference, and the largest outside of North America. Every year 2,000+ currently enrolled university students from over 115 countries attend WorldMUN in a different location around the world. Past locations include Singapore, Puebla (Mexico), Geneva (Switzerland), Beijing (China), Belo Horizonte (Brazil), Sharm el-Sheikh (Egypt), Taipei (Taiwan), and The Hague (Netherlands).

Through lively and informed debate, exciting social events, and a unique conference spirit, the WorldMUN experience reaches across cultures and borders to inspire both cooperation and friendship.


WorldMUN features twenty-one simulated committees from the United Nations, featuring a multitude of member states, international organizations, and related governmental and non-governmental bodies. Our committee sessions are directed by an extremely involved dais staff, providing the perfect setting for participants to discuss some of the most pressing problems of our generation.


The conference blends together engaging committee sessions with immersive in-conference trips and spectacular social events to provide an unforgettable experience. This goal is embodied by the ‘WorldMUN Spirit’ - a guiding principle that encourages friendship and cooperation across borders, along with a deeper understanding of cultures and perspectives beyond one’s own.


The true essence of WorldMUN revolves around the delegate experience, and we are committed to ensuring that our participants have the most engaging and enriching experience possible. Whether this is debate or diplomacy inside committee or the opportunity to share one's interests with students from all around the world, the conference is an experience that delegates remember for a lifetime.