Galatasaray Euroforum is an annual Model European Union Conference for university students around the world to promote education about international relations and global affairs.
This is the 12th year of promoting international understanding, cooperation, and the development of real world solutions. Topics at the conference vary year to year, but they always include pressing current problems that EU member states confront.
Galatasaray Euroforum, first held in 2001, is a pioneer Model European Union Conference that takes place in Istanbul, Turkey. Being the first of its kind in Europe, Galatasaray Euroforum gives the participants the opportunity for a hands-on experience in decision-making procedures of the European Union.
Euroforum Model EU Conference has its structure deriving from the Model United Nations (MUN) Conferences that have been organized globally since 1950s. Role playing principles are applied through precise procedures to allow students to discuss important issues currently in the European Union’s agenda.
Euroforum places students in the position of EU representatives, bureaucrats and other world leaders, asking them to research and debate vital problems of the European Union.
Each year, over 200 students from top universities from Europe and around the world attend this prestigious conference. These students, motivated to tackle real world issues and driven to succeed, are the leaders of tomorrow.