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  • What is Model United Nations?
    A Model United Nations (MUN) is an academic simulation of a UN conference, in which students get the chance to learn about diplomacy and international relations. During an MUN simulation, students act as a representative of a country, organisation or person to solve a real-world problem along with other students, this is why they are referred to as delegates. By delegating about global challenges, students not only learn about current events and conflicts that are going on around the globe, but they also develop critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership skills.
  • Who can attend Limun as a delegate?
    Students from 5th grade to 12th grade
  • I’m a high school student who’s never been to a mun event before, can I attend Limun?
    Yes! We encourage older students who’ve never attended an MUN simulation before to give the experience a shot. Remember all delegates, including High School delegates, are placed on different committees depending on their level of experience.
  • What are Training committees?
    Training committees are Limun’s distinctive feature. These committees are designed specifically for all those delegates who want to introduce themselves to MUN but don’t feel comfortable enough to enter a regular committee. In these committees, chairs (the two people in charge of the committee) are aware that most of its members are beginners and are therefore willing to answer any kind of question in regards to how things work in a MUN.
  • How can I register as a delegate?
    We give our registration process much examination, therefore, our registration works only through teachers, advisors and/or MUN directors. Please contact your school’s designated MUN director who should’ve already received detailed instructions on how to register a group of students.
  • I’m a teacher/director/advisor, how can I register a group of students from my school?
    We strongly encourage interested advisors to write to us if you haven’t received a formal invitation yet. We would be happy to have your group in Limun’s 6th edition! You can email us to the following address:
  • What does the registration fee cover?
    Limun’s registration fee covers the entire event, including two conferences with renowned speakers, the delegates’ party, meals and snacks during breaks, and optional Sunday excursions and workshops.
  • What meals are included in that fee?
    Students will be provided with snacks and beverages during all their breaks. Additionally, Saturday lunch will be provided along with dinner for the two days of the event.
  • Where do participants come from?
    Limun participants are mainly students that live in the Metropolitan area of Monterrey, Mexico. However, we do receive delegates from other parts of the country such as Guadalajara, Mexico City, Sonora, Sinaloa, Puebla, Quintana Roo, Baja California, etc.
  • Are there any organised shuttles?
    Yes! Some of our partner hotels do offer shuttle services to-and from the school during pre-ordained times. You can consult more about specific shuttle services here.
  • Is there a dress code?
    As a United Nations simulation, Limun does have a strict dress code that’s expected to be followed. You can consult more information on this in (here).
  • What is the expected weather?
    January is the coldest month we have in Monterrey; the average temperature ranges from around 5ºC to 22ºC. However, bear in mind that the weather in this city changes really fast, so we strongly recommend checking the weather forecast a few days before coming here.


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