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The first MUN conference for KS3 students

We are delighted to announce that La Côte International School will be hosting the very first Nord Anglia Model United Nations (MUN) – Europe & Middle East, designed specifically for Lower Secondary students from Year 7 – 9.


The regional MUN will run from Thursday 7th to Sunday 10th February, with the main events taking place on Friday and Saturday at La Côte International School in Aubonne, Switzerland. The school is 20 minutes away from Geneva, the international city of peace known for its 200 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and the UNOG United Nations Office at Geneva, which makes it the ideal setting for students to learn about Model UN and the skills it fosters.

The NAE Model United Nations conference at LCIS will provide an invaluable introduction to the world of MUN, especially for those students without any previous experience, and will be structured around dedicated seminars, talks and discussions led by experienced MUN DP students, and key LCIS staff members.

The topics for this conference are the following:

  • Education, illness and disability 
  • Inequality and poverty in developed countries. Waste and sustainability 
  • Disputes over south China seas/territory and water disputes in Africa
  • Denuclearization (South and North Korea) and the arms market


What is MUN?

A simulation of a real United Nations conference at which students debate real world issues.

More details about the international MUN conferences available for older students click here.


What is the programme for the TBS participants?


Flight to Geneva after lunch



Visit to the UN Headquarters in Geneva

Introductory session – ice breakers and team-building activities 

Lunch at school

Afternoon session and preparation time for each school

Dinner at school– Swiss traditional meal


Morning session

Lunch at school

Afternoon session + closing ceremony & awards 

Gala dinner

SUNDAY 10.02

Visiting Geneva

Flight back in the evening

What is the cost?

Approximately 3000PLN including the MUN registration fee, hotel, flights and meals

How can students apply?

Only through the online application form 

Deadline for applications: Monday 3rd December

A team of maximum 8 students will be selected by Tuesday 4th December on the basis of the quality of their application form.

We strongly encourage students to apply and participate in this unique experience.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the trip leaders, Diana Szyperska and Bas Kienhuis.