At LSEMUN High School, we believe that Model United Nations should be an academic activity for everyone to experience, irrespective of background. Please see the following links for more details: ABOUT US; #MUNforALL.
LSE YouthMUN was first conceived in 2014 as a platform for sixth form students in the UK to engage with current affairs through the simulation of the United Nations. In particular, we aim to empower delegates across the globe, irrespective of background, to partake in invaluable discussions and form constructive solutions to pressing global issues. To achieve this we have introduced a scholarship program, lowered participation requirements to Years 9-13, and have helped numerous schools set up their first MUN societies through our signature Outreach Programme, where we will come to you. For those who are inexperienced with MUN, YouthMUN was the perfect opportunity for students to sharpen their research, writing, and public speaking skills. As a conference organised by one of the top-ranked universities and MUN teams in the country, delegates will have the unique opportunity to learn more about MUN and LSE.
LSEMUN High School 2024 is the first conference following a major rebrand from LSE YouthMUN, the family name for the past decade. The 2024 Secretariat is honoured to introduce a number of brand-new initiatives building on the feedback we've received, and are happy to announce that this year's conference will be even larger, committees even more diverse, so we would encourage you to make use of all our offerings available to you. We hope to welcome you once again at the London School of Economics in March 2024! :)
Who We Are
The LSEMUN High School Secretariat is formed by passionate members of the United Nations Society, LSE Students' Union. We are one of the largest and most operationally diverse societies at the LSE. At our core, we proudly represent the UN’s values, both through academic conferences and through other mediums such as volunteering, speaker events, career support and transferable skills development. In addition to this, we act as the conduit between global perspectives and grassroots student initiatives, with our dedication to success clearly reflected by our standing as a LSESU Gold Star winning society.
TeamLSE represents LSE at MUN conferences around the world, performing as one of the best delegations in the country (based on awards won and overall delegation awards) against other universities and professional teams. Through rigorous weekly training sessions, our members develop high levels of competency in public speaking, negotiation, research and policy-writing, and this is reflected in our success at conferences, winning over 115 awards in the past three academic years.