February 3-6, 2022
University of Houston – Honors College
For more than 17 years, the Osgood Center has committed to training the next generation of global leaders. The Osgood Center believes in the power of education to provide future professionals the knowledge and practical experience to engage in global dialogue. Model United Nations is an academic simulation that offers ideal conditions for them to broaden their expertise and to learn tools for such engagement.
Whether you seek to strengthen your diplomatic skills, deepen your knowledge on global issues, or connect with other students in the fields of international affairs, foreign policy, and human rights, TEXMUN 2022 will provide you the opportunity to learn from other delegates while you discuss today’s most important global issues.
Osgood Center programs have brought together students from all around the world in its Model United Nations and Model APEC which have inspired the creation of similar programs in various high schools and universities globally.
Now, the Osgood Center is proud to invite participants to TEXAS MODEL UN 2022 (TEXMUN 2020) which will be held at the University of Houston from FEBRUARY 3-6, 2020. In-person delegate fee is $60.00 per delegate. Institutional fee: $50.00 per school.
The Osgood Center hosted its first Model UN conference in 2003 in Washington DC. Since 2007, the Osgood Center has partnered with the National Collegiate Conference Association (NCCA) to co-host National Model United Nations-DC (MUN-DC) each fall.
From 2015 to the present, Osgood Center has staged Texas Model UN (TEXMUN) in various locations around the state.
Renewing its commitments, this year the Osgood Center proudly invites delegations to attend TEXMUN 2020 which will be held in the University of Houston, The Honors College, located at 4333 University Drive, Houston, TX 77204 to participate in a world-class learning experience. When students like you attend TEXMUN, they all bring different perspectives and approaches to tackle globally relevant issues in an authentic space for diplomacy, critical thinking, and multidisciplinary collaboration.
- Registration Form
- Country Matrix
- Security Council Background Guide
- General Assembly Plenary Background Guide
- TexMUN Schedule
About the Conference
The Honors College is housed in the M.D. Anderson Memorial Library (building 509), room 212.