The National Model United Nations (NMUN) program is designed to immerse Augusta University students in realistic simulations of the United Nations (UN). Students address global concerns by taking the stance of a specific Member State and participating in negotiations with students from more than 70 countries.
Augusta University has participated regularly in the NMUN program since 2011 and has received international recognition for efforts regarding global health, regional conflict, weapons proliferation, security, environmental concerns, peacekeeping, human rights, women and children, and economic development.
Our program operates in the spirit of the UN by sparking debate on the most pressing global challenges in order to produce better global citizens. In the past our students have represented Ghana, Cuba, Iran, Azerbaijan, Jordan, Palestine, and Somalia. The program includes a Study Away component as well.
Join fellow Jags in representing Augusta University at the next Model UN Conference in NYC! In this spring semester course, learn about diplomacy and international relations through the lens of another country. Travel to New York to see famous sights like the Brooklyn Bridge and Statue of Liberty, then join students from schools around the world for the National Model UN Conference.