NottsMUN is the ideal conference for beginner and advanced delegates alike! In fact, we believe we are one of the most exciting conferences in the UK!

NottsMUN is not just another conference. Other than attending NottsMUN against the backdrop of the University of Nottingham's beautiful and iconic University Park, delegates can also experience a great city, see its many sights and have a drink at one of its many fantastic bars.

Have a look at what we have to offer and if you decide to join us for the adventure - see you in November!



Whether you are new to the world of Model UN, a seasoned delegate, an experienced Chair or someone who wishes to kick-start your chairing career... NottsMUN 2016 will be an unforgettable experience.

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Happy birthday, United Nations! 

Since the United Nations (UN) was founded seventy years ago, on 24 October 1945, many things had been accomplished. Over the years, the UN has allowed nations to increase international co-operation and resolve many potential conflicts.

As we celebrate 70 years of UN, let us look at some significant milestones. This is the perfect time for us to reflect on the achievements that have been made, discover new and better ways to meet current challenges and make our world a better home for all.



Dr Robin Niblett

In 2015, we were honoured and excited to have Dr Robin Niblett, a British specialist in international relations, as the Guest Speaker for the Opening Ceremony of our conference. 

Dr Niblett became the director of Chatham House, an influential think tank on international relations, in January 2007. Prior to that he was the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Centre for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS). 

He is a defender of NATO and an advocate for Britain staying within the European Union.

If you are part of the University of Nottingham, member of the society or from outside and interested in what we do then we have a society devoted section of the site. Click below to visit the society section of the site:

We are also pleased to announce the start of one of our new projects this year; our very own UN Soc blog. If you want to subscribe see below. To view it in more detail before you commit, click here.

We are planning to post little snippets of society activity once we finalise our programme here so you can get a feel on what we do.