Feb 21, 2019

Yale Model United Nations

  • Crimson Education
  • Worldwide
Multiple Camp Skill Building Summer Program


Yale Model United Nations (YMUN) is a four-day international relations simulation for secondary school students. Delegates from around the world interact with another by debating to solve complex world challenges.

By taking on the roles of United Nations representatives, members of other international bodies, participants are able to learn about the inner workings of global politics and problem solving. Nearly 2000 high school students will discuss global issues. This will be the forty-fifth session of YMUN.

For more information visit the official website at http://www.ymun.yira.org

Type of Opportunity

Extracurricular Activity

Age Range

Secondary school students



Large number of applicants every year with a highly competitive selection process.
Selection is based on previous model UN delegate performance and conference attendances.

Participation Cost


Delegate Fee: $80 USD per delegate
Advisor Fee: $60 USD per advisor

For international students, there would be an approximate cost between $1500-3000, depending on which country they are from

Minimum Technical Skill Needed


Model UN is a conference where participants must discuss topics and debate about international issues. An essay is required for applications.

Essay writing skills
Verbal communication skills
Articulation skills
Debating skills

Time Commitment


4 day event once a year

Application Deadline

October 14, 2018

Application Process Includes

Submit answers to essay prompt and questions.


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