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DEADLINE: 05 January 2022

Interested in #internationaltrade policy and WTO issues? Apply now for the 2022 Model WTO!

Who Are We ?

The Model WTO is the biggest simulation of the World Trade Organization negotiations in the World. Our international conference provides a unique opportunity for future decision makers to experience first hand the technicalities of the multilateral trading system. Every year since 1997, students from around the world and different educational backgrounds have been invited to Switzerland to debate and exchange on the most relevant topics related to international Trade. The 25th Model WTO Edition will take place from the 6th to 13th of April 2022 and is held in St.Gallen and Geneva. 

The Model WTO provides an opportunity for future decision-makers to face important global issues in the simulation framework of the WTO ministerial negotiations. Every year since 1997, students from around the world have been invited to Switzerland to debate and exchange creative ideas in the realistic context of the World Trade Organization.

The Model WTO offers a unique experience for students to get involved in high-level training, enabling them to benefit from the expertise of WTO professionals. The diversity of opinions reflected by students coming from a variety of continents and distinct backgrounds provides an exceptional environment to actively exchange and further cultivate the role of international institutions such as the WTO in the global transition towards more sustainable development.

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