The Munich European Forum has relaunched.

Our mission

The Munich European Forum is a non-profit association which specialises in simulating of international organisations summits for students. Our main event, the Brussels European Forum, takes place annually in March where we simulate the Council of the European Union, NATO’s North Atlantic Council and the G20. The three committees are accompanied and held accountable by our Media Committee and our Advocacy Group.

BEF 2016

In march 2016 we went to beautiful La Foresta once again and had a great time with fruitful discussions and an awesome group of people from all over the world. Take a glimpse into our world.

In the Final Report you can find all the relevant Infos about this years simulation.

Why join us?

Taking part in our annual simulated summit in Belgium will deepen your understanding of how international institutions work. Develop your negotiations skills. Learn and practice diplomacy skills. Learn how to interact with the press and activists. Meet like-minded people from all over the world. Visit Brussels in a way tourists could never do. Develop your professional network and stay in touch through our Alumni Club.

Our Sponsors


Our work would not be possible without the help of our sponsors and partners. Click here if you want to learn more about them or if you want to become a sponsor yourself.

  • MIC Student, Alyssa Hopp, from the Hanze University of Applied Sciences inĀ Groningen, the Netherlands, gives some insights about the Brussels European Forum. It is great to hear, that our program is not only relevant for political science students. Many thanks Alyssa! My first day at......

  • NATO Council Member and Brussels European Forum 2015 participant Clayton Sullivan played the German Defense Minister during this year’s conference. Find here what his experience looked like. We thank you, dear Clayton, for your report and hope to see you next year in Brussels. When......

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