Welcome!

EmpireMUNC V in conjunction with Model United Nations at NYU is excited to invite you to its fifth annual weekend of debate, discourse, and dialogue. Run by New York University's Model United Nations organization, EmpireMUNC is the premiere fall High School conference not only for exhilarating debate, but also unforgettable cultural, historical, and academic exploration - the junction of an elite university's conference with the unparalleled location of NYC.

Welcome to EmpireMUNC - Welcome to a new world


Our Mission

For more than a decade, we have been in the business of turning students into leaders. EmpireMUNC is the most recent step of our journey. EmpireMUNC strives to engage politically-minded high school students with the opportunity to apply their studies to the problems and crises facing the world today. Our hope, is that through today's trials, they may rise to become tomorrow's leaders.


Why empiremunc

  • Immersion - Our dedicated staff undergo months of tireless research and training to ensure that our simulation – and your experience – is as limitless as your imagination.

  • Instruction - Get the most out of your experience -EmpireMUNC offers development workshops both for delegates and advisors.

  • Integration - EmpireMUNC is not just located in NYC, it's a part of it. Take full advantage of an unparalleled location in a global cultural capital.

what's unique

  • Experience - One of the earliest conferences of the season, EmpireMUNC has an array of committees for every delegate's experience level.

  • Social Impact - In partnership with local charities, delegates have the opportunity to make a real-life impact on the city we share.

  • Sponsorship - EmpireMUNC not only gives delegates the opportunity to engage in debate and discourse, but also tour one of the world's top research universities, NYU.


AN ARENA FOR DISCUSSION,
A COMMUNITY FOR ALL
— Jenny Nguyen, Secretary-General EmpireMUNC III
LET’S BUILD AN EMPIRE,
WE BUILT AN EMPIRE
— Karan Shah, Secretary-General EmpireMUNC IV

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