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ETH Model United Nations was founded in 2007 by two enthusiastic students who knew about the principle of Model United Nations and could not bear this idea of not being implemented at Europe’s leading technological university.

Ever since that moment, members of ETH MUN have organized weekly meetings to simulate the work and the intense debates of the UN and to prepare for international MUN conferences.

Today, ETH MUN is one of the biggest commissions of the VSETH (Students’ Union of the ETH) with an ever growing number of members and an active Alumni network.


In 2007, four political science students founded the association MUN Team University of Zurich for the purpose of organizing a delegation to participate at Harvard WorldMUN 2008 in Puebla, Mexico. Following an influx of participants and a successful conference in America, the venture was expanded into a proper club, and has only grown since.

Today, the MUN Team UZH provides over 50 active members with stimulating weekly debates. Besides further activities at home, we make sure to attend at least three international conferences each year, helping members make lasting memories and friendships around the world. Bringing together students from a wide variety of faculties is something we are proud to have achieved, and we strive to continue to facilitate this exchange.

St. Gallen Model United Nations

Founded in 2011, St Gallen MUN continues to offer to its students the opportunity to develop their skills and their knowledge in international politics and the work of the United Nations.

Counting over 100 active members, St. Gallen MUN is one of the largest student societies at HSG. With weekly debates, talks by diplomats, themed socials and more we aim to provide HSG students with the opportunity to deploy their diplomacy next to their studies and to prepare for international conferences.

Besides sending delegations to international conferences, St. Gallen MUN also organizes its own international conference in November. To find out more go to

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FriMUN is the Model United Nations society at the University of Fribourg.

FriMUN organizes weekly debates, encouraging both beginners and advanced delegates to participate. In addition, FriMUN offers a series of meetings with guest speakers, and workshops, to further interest in the workings of the UN. These activities are tools to prepare for international MUN conferences, which the association actively takes part in throughout the year.

As of 2018, FriMUN works in collaboration with the student body government at the University of Fribourg and other student associations. In addition, FriMUN has furthered its collaboration with the Faculty of Law and other professors at the university.


MUNiLU is an accredited student association at the University of Lucerne, in the heart of Switzerland. MUNiLU was founded in 2008 with help from Prof. Lavanex and the MUN Team of the University of Zurich. The first delegation of MUNiLU participated at the Harvard World Model United Nations in The Hague in 2009. Since then, MUNiLU has been represented successfully by delegates at conferences all over the world.
MUNiLU offers weekly sessions for students interested in diplomacy, debating and International affairs and preparation for international conferences.
For more information, visit

MUN Basel

Originally founded as a student association to organize the “MUN Regio Basel”, a regional MUN conference for high school students, we quickly became an officially recognized part of the University of Basel. As of today, we participate in joint visits with other MUN Teams from all over Switzerland, take part in large international conferences worldwide, organize fun social events and still host the MUN Regio Basel conference – for over 12 years now!

Additionally, since 2018 we can proudly announce our new university seminar in collaboration with the Department of Politics at the University of Basel.

If you want to find out more about us or participate, visit our website at


Our ambition is to fill the soft skills gap on the EPFL campus. We believe in empowering science and engineering students through diverse activities and workshops that aim to improve their confidence, public speaking skills, ability to network and connect with people and enrich their thinking and knowledge of international politics at the same time.

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