March 7 - March 11
Belgium's best Model United Nations conference
KULMUN2023: Diplomacy Redefined - Navigating through a Sea of Global Challenges
March 7 - March 11
The KULMUN conference of 2023 is all about coming up with new solutions to face globally threatening, constantly recurring problems. Think about issues such as climate change, political instability, economic crises... While we hope to near the end of a world-wide pandemic, we ought to look for new opportunities to rebuild and improve our societies. It is up to the diplomats and politicians of tomorrow to cooperate and tackle these global challenges.
What is KULMUN?
The KULMUN conference is Belgium's premium MUN conference, a reputation fostered through 10 years of experience. Our conference aims to simulate the diplomatic work of the United Nations by debating a range of international issues using the same procedures as the real UN. Each year we have delivered an incredible conference and this year is set to be even better.
Open to anyone
Whether you are a seasoned MUNer or if you have never attended an MUN conference, we welcome everyone to attend. We offer committees for every skill level. You may attend no matter what country you study in or what your study is. Our main concern is not your level of experience in MUN and international politics, but your interest and motivation in participating.
Kick start your career
With KULMUN's reputable name and its attachment to KU Leuven, Belgium's highest-ranked university, your participation in this conference will show employers both your willingness and ability to expand your skill set in negotiation, mediation, communication, leadership, adaptability and so much more. The skills honed at the KULMUN conference are essential for any career path and so our conference can greatly bolster your resume.
Engage in a variety of interesting and relevant international issues
KULMUN2023 gives its participants the opportunity to learn and engage in active debate on the worlds most pressing issues. Last year for example, we featured six committees which discussed a wide range of fascinating topics including safety concerns of female refugees, the rising challenges facing NATO and so much more.
Connected to Belgium's oldest and most prestigious university
KU Leuven has maintained its place as one of the world's highest-ranking universities and is also one of the oldest. This certainly elevates our conference thanks to the universities support and endorsement.
Discover the buzzing student vibes in the charming city of Leuven
KULMUN2023 will be a physical conference! As we are slowly overcoming the global pandemic together, we hope that all will be well in time fro our Conference and we will once again welcome you all in Leuven for a week of real-life debates and unforgettable social events. However the pandemic is still ongoing and so we will be keeping an eye on possible new measures and will inform you of any changes!
As stated above, there will also be the option to participate in an online committee from March 9 to March 11.
Meet new people and make meaningful connections
KULMUN organizes a variety of fantastic socials allowing participants to connect and meet people from around the world. The KULMUN conference will give you the chance to participate in a truly international community to make meaningful connections and long lasting friendships with people from a wide range of cultures and backgrounds.
Something for everyone
No matter what your career aspirations are, your experience level, background or country of origin, the KULMUN conference will have something for everyone. From advancing your career by bolstering your resume, to meeting like-minded or opposite minded persons to connect with or just a plain and simple enjoyment for a good debate and an interest in international politics everyone can enjoy our conference.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
The KULMUN conference, Belgium's best model united nations conference. Find everything you need to know here. The following is a summary of some key information you might need:
Date: March 7 - March 11, 2023
Number of delegates: Approximately 150 split into 6 committees
Platform: In person conference
Note: You do not need to be a member of the KULMUN association or a student of KU Leuven to participate.