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The Model United Nations Club serves as a vehicle through which students can prepare for and participate in international relations competitions, notably Model United Nations simulations. In these competitions, each student assumes the role of a delegate form the country they are assigned and represents the foreign policy for this country.

PittMUN Conference Information

PittMUN Conference Details

Conference History
Founded in 1997, Pitt Model United Nations is a competitive, academic organization at the University of Pittsburgh. The club provides members the opportunity to learn about and discuss current international diplomacies. Each student participating in a conference will assume the role of a delegate representing a country in the United Nations, a business executive at an international corporation, an important historical figure, or even a scientist working in a lab of the future.
Committee Info

  1. United Nations AD HOC Security Council (Advanced Committee)*
  2. Social, Humanitarian & Cultural (SOCHUM) (Novice Committee)
  3. Disarmament and International Security (DISEC)
  4. Economic and Financial (ECOFIN)
  5. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
  6. Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)
  7. United Nations Security Council (UNSC)
  8. Board of Directors: BP

Registration Prices
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Location
PittMUN utilizes the University of Pittsburgh’s campus for a place for competition and debate.
Past Delegation Award Winners
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