Experiential Learning


Alberta Intercollegiate Model United Nations (AIMUN)

OverviewThe Department of Economics, Justice, and Policy Studies (EJPS) at Mount Royal University and the MRU Model UN Student Club are pleased to host the 22nd Annual Alberta Intercollegiate Model United Nations (AIMUN) March 2-4, 2018 in the Lincoln Park Room (J301) at MRU. The conference will convene post-secondary students from across the province to represent country delegations in a simulated UN General Assembly to discuss this year’s theme of Global Migration.

Key contact information The conference organizer is Dr. Kari Roberts. Please direct conference questions or concerns to kroberts@mtroyal.ca

The General Assembly session will be chaired by the MRU Model UN Student Society. Please direct questions about working papers to Andrew Yule, MRU Model UN Student Club President.

For hotel accommodation inquiries, please contact the Grey Eagle Resort directly (see below).


Conference Registration is now closed.

AccommodationThe conference hotel is the Grey Eagle Resort:  https://www.greyeagleresortandcasino.ca/

3779 Grey Eagle Drive SW, Calgary AB, T3E 3X8

Reservations must be made by phone: (403) 719-8777. Function name: MRU Model United Nations

Transportation/parkingAll conference participants are responsible for their own travel arrangements to Calgary. Parking at the hotel is free and a return shuttle bus will be provided by the hotel to transport students to and from campus each conference day (Mar 3 and 4).

For those who prefer to walk, it is a short 15-20 minute walk from the hotel to the MRU campus. Parking on the MRU campus is $16 per day (Saturday) and is free on Sunday. The closest parking lot is Lot 2 by the Westgate Entrance.

Campus Map.  MealsThe registration fee covers the cost of lunch and dinner on Saturday, March 3, as well as coffee breaks, with snacks, throughout the conference. Participants with special dietary requests are asked to indicate their requirements on their registration forms, please.   

Conference programThe  conference program can be found HERE. A final version of the conference schedule will be available during check-in/registration at the hotel on March 2nd.  


Free wifi will be available on campus during conference hours. Visitors will log onto MRVisitor  Country matrixCountries will be assigned on a first come, first served basis. Every effort will be made to accommodate first or second choices. Please indicate country preferences, and delegation members, on your registration form.

Every effort will be made to update this list regularly. Please contact the conference coordinator with any questions or concerns about country selection.   

A Country List can be found here. This matrix will be updated regularly once registration opens.

Draft working papersDelegations wishing to submit draft working papers to the Secretariat for the General Assembly’s consideration must do so no later than Monday, February 26th. Questions about draft working papers and the final resolutions should be sent to Andrew Yule, Model UN Student Club President.

Tips for draft working paper.

Conference theme background information
This year’s theme is Global Migration. Background information can be found here.
Rules of procedureRules of procedure for the General Assembly are available HERE.






Co-sponsored and chaired by the
MRU Model UN Student Club
Andrew Yule, President
Jusleen Shergill, Vice President
Ashton Turcotle, Activities Representative
Rachel Timmermans, Treasurer