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The UNS will be attending 9 external conferences this year across the eastern seaboard, from here in Ottawa to New York and Washington D.C. The conferences that we attend range in difficulty, cost, and accessibility; each conference provides a unique opportunity for UNS members to showcase their talents and meet new MUNers from around the world.

National Collegiate Security Conference


The United Nations Society will be attending the National Collegiate Security Conference this fall at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. It’s perfect timing during fall reading week makes this an excellent opportunity for returning members looking to fit a high level conference into their fall semester. In addition, the D.C. location provides a great learning experience for those who enjoy politics, history, art or science. A crisis focused conference, NCSC will appeal to those interested in security issues or who like the feel of smaller committee sizes.

University of Pennsylvania Model United Nations Conference


The University of Pennsylvania Model United Nations Conference is a high-level United Nations conference being held for the 51st time this fall in Philadelphia. The conference runs from November 9th to 12th and will be an excellent opportunity to compete with delegates from 40 countries in committees large and small, are you up to the challange?

Queen’s Model United Nations Invitational


A regular on the fall conference schedule for the society, we will once again be returning to Kingston for Queen’s fall conference. A perfect opportunity for new delegates, Queens provides a more relaxed atmosphere for those looking to improve their skills. Known for their well run, unique and non-traditional committees, QMUNi has something for everyone. If you’re a new delegate looking to start off the season with a bang, this is the conference for you!

Montreal United Nations Conference


The Montreal United Nations Conference is put on by Dawson College in Montreal and is a mostly English-language conference which runs from November 24th to 26th.  At MUNC you will compete with students from other universities and from CEGEPs in and around Montreal. There are 12 committees and the press-corps that you could participate in and it is expected that there will be over 500 students in attendance.

McGill Model United Nations Assembly


One of the most popular conferences of our season, McMUN is always an event that our team is excited to attend. Close for travel, McMUN is a convenient option for those who want to compete at a high level without the price of an International Circuit conference. One of the largest conferences of the year, McMUN is known well for its post-committee social events, which are said to be some of the best in North America. They are also known for their unique and often non-traditional committee line up. Carleton has a been taking top honors at McMUN for many years, placing as the top Canadian team two years in a row, and it’s an honor we’re looking to repeat. If you can brave the January cold and are looking for a weekend of both intense work and play, this is the conference for you.

World Federation of Model United Nations Associations International Model United Nations


Hosted at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City, WiMUN is an educational conference bent on giving delegates a real and accurate UN experience. In addition to committees, WiMUN also features tours of the UN, workshops, and a speaker series with UN officials. Delegates will have the opportunity to debate on the same topics as the real UN, and make contributions to their dialogue.

Harvard National Model United Nations


The Super-Bowl of the Model UN world, Harvard’s annual conference attracts over 3,000 delegates from every corner of the globe each year, making it one of the most competitive conferences we attend. Fun Fact: Harvard claims to have hosted the first Model League of Nations before the UN was even created in 1927. If you are a delegate looking for the ultimate competitive conference to attend this season, HNMUN is likely for you. Be prepared for long sleepless nights of resolution writing and research representing your school at one of the most prestigious universities in the world.

Carleton Model NATO


MNATO is a unique model united nations conference put on by students in Carleton’s Norman Paterson School of International Affairs as a simulation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Over 100 students from across Canada come to Ottawa to participate in this conference every year, held on Parliament Hill in committee chambers. This conference simulates 5 of the key decision-making bodies of NATO and provides delegates with a unique conference experience.

Canadian International Model United Nations


CANIMUN is one of the most unique conferences on our roster and is perfect for brand new delegates, or those looking to build their skills. Run by the United Nations Association in Canada, CANIMUN’s committees are strictly UN bodies and focus heavily on proper procedure, research and resolution writing. It’s small committee sizes provide a slower paced venue with a less competitive atmosphere than most of the conferences we attend, making it the perfect place to jump start your MUN career. There is also a fabulous International Press Forum that is a big draw for students interested in Journalism or Communications. The Ottawa location makes this conference a very inexpensive option for those on a tight budget and we will also have many executive members in attendance to help new delegates with questions.

Royal Military College Model United Nations


RMCMUN, hosted by Canada’s flagship military education institution, boasts not only a unique, security-driven conference, but also defence related programming such as military displays and weapons training. Delegate fees include the cost of food and on-campus accommodation, as well as the socials and programming. Great for members of all skill-levels, this conference features fascinating topics and engaging debate.