Alabama Model United Nations
Debate. Diplomacy. Action.
Alabama Model United Nations, or ALMUN, is an annual model UN conference which takes place on the University of Alabama’s campus in early spring. The conference attracts students from the across the Southeastern United States, as well as students from across the nation. ALMUN prides itself in its ability to offer a diverse array of engaging committees spanning four distinct substantive branches: General Assemblies, Crisis, Specialized Agencies, and Press Corps. Each of these four branches offers the opportunity to engage in substantive debate focused on timely, global issues while considering the variety of perspectives held in world affairs.
ALMUN is celebrating its 16th year of excellence
Delegates have 8 committee options in General Assemblies, Crisis, Specialized Agencies or Press Corps
A weekend-long conference means 3 days of excitement
ALMUN XVI expects over 300 high school delegates in attendance
Meet Our Sponsors
The Alabama International Relations Club is the premier student-led global affairs organization on the University of Alabama campus. AIRC continuously provides opportunities for its members to learn, develop, find community, and make an impact at UA and the world beyond. With accomplished alumni making a difference and breaking down barriers in government, business, international affairs, and their communities, AIRC empowers its members to become capable leaders in all that they do.
The mission of the Capstone International Center is to initiate, promote, and support The University of Alabama’s international efforts on campus as well as throughout the state and the world. The Center, comprised of Education Abroad, the English Language Institute, and International Services, coordinates the University’s international endeavors, facilitates the development of a global perspective campus-wide, and supports students, faculty, and staff in learning, teaching, research, service, and global outreach.