German Model United Nations is an annual conference set up to prepare university students for other worldwide Model UNs, such as NMUN in New York.
Delegates get to experience international relations and diplomacy while discussing current international issues. The experienced volunteer staff ensures a substantively enriching learning experience for all delegates and prepares participants for other Model UN conferences. In return, we expect a thorough preparation from all delegates.
GerMUN is one of the oldest Model UN conferences in Germany on an academic level, celebrating its 30th birthday in 2022. GerMUN first took place in 1992 in Bad Honnef. Ever since, the location has changed various times, currently interchangeably held in Berlin and Weimar.
It is organized in rotation by the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich, the University of Trier, and the University of Bonn. All universities have a long experience with Model UN and pass it on every year to a new generation of tutors, of which most have already served as staff at National Model United Nations (NMUN) New York and other conferences.
At GerMUN 2023, up to three committees will convene, each dealing with two different topics. You can find further information under Committees & Topics.
Background Guides and the Rules of Procedure are available for registered delegations or individual delegates attending GerMUN 2023. Please note that GerMUN does not use the Harvard Model UN rules. Instead, the NMUN New York rules will apply. Visit the Location & Rules and Resources page for further information.
Location & Rules
The next conference will take place from the 16th to 19th February 2023 in the Jugendherberge Berlin Wannsee in Berlin, Germany. For more information on GerMUN 2023’s location and our rules visit Location & Rules.
Registration & Costs
Individual delegations or group delegations have to register for the conference. For more information on how to register, the registration form, and the costs for participation visit the Registration & Costs page.
COVID-19 & Hygiene Concept
In order to ensure a safe environment for our participants, the binding hygiene concept regulations cover personal distancing, masks, and being vaccinated. To learn more visit our site on our COVID-19 measures.