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United for Democracy Model United Nations (UDMUN) is a United Nations simulation conference with a primary goal to assemble passionate young leaders from various corners of the world in one forum. Here, they can engage in discussions and share their perspectives on contemporary global challenges. UDMUN provides budding diplomats with a platform to connect with peers who share their ambitions of making a positive impact on the world and aspire to become future leaders. It accomplishes this by equipping them with essential skills, including diplomacy, negotiation, drafting, and public speaking.

General Info about UDMUN Dubai

Dubai, our distinguished host city for the United for Diplomacy Model United Nations (UDMUN), stands as a captivating global metropolis that seamlessly blends tradition and modernity. Nestled in the heart of the United Arab Emirates, this dynamic city is renowned for its iconic skyline, where architectural wonders like the Burj Khalifa and the Palm Jumeirah grace the landscape. Beyond its architectural marvels, Dubai offers a rich tapestry of cultural experiences, from exploring traditional souks to indulging in world-class cuisine. Its strategic location and global connectivity make it the perfect backdrop for diplomatic dialogue and international cooperation, enhancing the experience of our delegates attending the UDMUN conference

UDMUN Dubai Schedule

Day 1

09:00 AM–05:00 PM: Hotel Check in and Registration (Official Check inn time: 02:00 PM)
06:00-08:00 PM: Orientation Ceremony & Ice- Breaking Activities
08:00 PM: Formal Dinner

Day 2

09:00 AM: Opening & Keynote Speeches
09:30–11:00 AM: Committee Session 1
11:00– 11:15 AM: Break
11:15 AM–01:00 PM: Committee Session 2
01:00- 02:00 PM: Lunch
02:00-04:00 PM: Committee Session 3
04:00- 04:30 PM: Break
04:30-07:00 PM: Committee Session
4 07:00 PM – onwards: Free Time

Day 3

08:00 AM: Introduction to Day 3
08:30-10:00 AM: Delegates Speeches
10:00-01:00 PM: Closing Ceremony
01:00-02:00 PM: Lunch
02:00 PM: Day Tour of Dubai

Day 4

08:00–09:00 AM: Farewell Breakfast
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Preparation for Check Out

Travel Arrangements

Most nationalities require a visa to enter the United Arab Emirates (UAE). However, the specific visa requirements may vary based on your nationality.You can apply for a UAE visa through your nearest UAE embassy or consulate. Alternatively, the UAE offers e-visa and visa-on-arrival options for certain nationalities. It’s essential to check the UAE government’s official website or contact the nearest UAE embassy/consulate for the most up-to-date visa requirements and application processes. Your passport should have a minimum of six months’ validity beyond your planned departure date from the UAE. Some nationalities are eligible for a visa-on-arrival, which allows you to obtain a visa upon entering the UAE. These visas are typically for a short duration, often 30 days. The UAE also offers e-visas, which can be applied for online before your trip. For certain nationalities, such as citizens of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, visa requirements may differ. To determine your specific visa requirements for the UAE, visit the official UAE government website or contact the nearest UAE embassy or consulate. Please remember that visa requirements and policies can change, so it’s crucial to verify the latest information with official sources before planning your trip to the UAE.


Frequent Asked Questions!!

Model United Nations is an educational simulation and academic competition that replicates the work of the United Nations, where participants, often referred to as delegates, represent different countries or entities and engage in debates and discussions on various global issues.

During a Model United Nations conference, participants take on the roles of diplomats and work in committees that mirror those of the actual United Nations. The goal of MUN is to enhance participants’ understanding of international affairs, improve their public speaking and negotiation skills, and foster a sense of global citizenship.

Typically, candidates receive the selection results via email within 24-48 hours. Should this timeframe pass without receiving the results, you may contact us at [email protected]. The evaluation email containing the results will also include comprehensive instructions on the subsequent steps to follow if you are selected as a delegate.

While IELTS/TOEFL certifications are not obligatory for UDMUN conference participation, it’s important to note that English is the sole official language of UDMUN. This requirement ensures that all delegates possess the ability to communicate effectively in both written and oral formats.

An ideal candidate should demonstrate robust motivation, an open-minded approach, and a keen interest in international affairs and current global issues. Additionally, candidates with prior international experience, such as participation in international programs, studying or conducting research abroad, engaging in volunteering, or completing internships in multicultural settings, as well as being members of associations and NGOs, are particularly valued but are not obligatory for participation.

Yes, we can provide you with an invitation letter to support your visa application. This letter will be issued once your application is deemed complete, and the participation fee has been paid. Following the submission of your application and the payment of the participation fee, our team will promptly process your request.


Upon submitting you will be given Acceptance Letter, but in order to get invitation letter submission of participation fee is mandatory. It’s crucial to remember that during this period, you should schedule an appointment at the nearest embassy since obtaining a visa is the sole responsibility of the delegate.

There are two categories in total to apply.


  1. UDMUN Conference Access only
  2. UDMUN Conference Access with Accommodation


One can find more information about these categories in the payment section.