6th - 8th November 2020


Covid-19 Statement

Now in its twenty-sixth year, Europe's oldest MUN conference is among the most established, historic and prestigious in the world.

With the staging of Model General Assemblies (the precursor to Model UN) dating back to the 1960s, Cambridge has a long and intimate history with the UN. Several Cantabrigians have gone on to hold roles across many levels of the UN (up to and including Deputy Secretary General), while the University also boasts several UK Permanent Representatives among its alumni. Establishing the first university-level European MUN conference in 1994, this long and storied relationship continues to go from strength to strength, with Cambridge University International Model United Nations being one of the most respected, historic and prestigious conferences on the European, and indeed global, MUN circuit. The Secretariat for the Twenty-Sixth Session look forward to raising the bar even higher in November 2020.



It is possible to apply as either a delegation (multiple delegates) or an individual delegate.

Apply as a delegation

Apply as an individual delegate


Delegate Fee: £55

Those registering for the conference as individual delegates must pay the delegate fee at the point of registration, via our online payment system. Please note a small processing fee may be applied.

Delegations will be sent an invoice once they have applied, which must be paid within two weeks.

Social Packs

We are currently evaluating whether it will be possible for us to offer a social pack at CUIMUN this year, in light of the current situation. If possible, they will be made available to purchase seperately to the delegate fees, closer to the conference.


Please don't hesitate to contact us by email if there's anything we can help you with.

Delegates team: delegates.cuimun@cuuna.org

Academics and Chairing: academics.cuimun@cuuna.org

Secretary General: secgen@cuuna.org