About Model NATO Germany

What is Model NATO?

The Model NATO Germany is a 4-day simulation of NATO's most important organs and diplomatic proceedings. During this time, participants represent a NATO member state in one of three selected committees, including the North Atlantic Council. In their role, as well as in their respective committee, they will be tasked with responding to and resolving a simulated crisis and debates of all kind.

Model NATO Germany 2024 will take place in the second half of November in Berlin.

Why Model NATO Germany?

The Model NATO Germany 2024 aims to give students a better insight into the structures and practices of NATO. In order to rethink the highly complex structures of international security that actively influence the lives of people around the world, we consider it essential that these structures are known to as many young students as possible. Not only to better understand the interrelationships of international politics, but also to be in a better position to actively shape international relations through political participation. In addition, we want to give students the opportunity to practice active international discussion in the role of diplomats and to develop and reflect on their skills in this area. Last but not least, Model NATO Germany is also a wonderful opportunity to meet highly motivated students from all over the world and to make friends across borders.

Model NATO Germany 2024 
at a glance


Model NATO Germany 2024 will take place from the in the second half of November.
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The Federal Academy of Security Policy in Berlin.


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All students currently enrolled in a university in one of the NATO Member states or in the European Union will be eligible to participate. Participants will be admitted based on merit.


Each delegation must consist of three delegates. Applications of one or two persons are possible.


To be announced.