TEDMUN is the Model United Nations Conference hosted by TED Ankara College. Since its inception in 2013, TEDMUN has had six successful sessions, the last one being online, enabled by its high standard of academic and organizational excellence. As every other MUN conference, TEDMUN aims to instill humanitarian and diplomatic values and encourage the participants to push their limits. The distinctive feature of TEDMUN is that the experience always enables the participants to challenge themselves, whether this is their first or tenth conference.
About TED Ankara College;
TED Ankara College is a K-12 academic institution under the Turkish Education Foundation (Türk Eğitim Derneği, TED).
TED was founded by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk in 1928, and was first presided by İsmet İnönü, the 2nd President of Turkey.
TED Ankara College was the first institution to be founded under TED in 1930, in its Ulus campus. The district then became synonymous with the school, still being called “Kolej”. TED Ankara College is now based in its campus in Gölbaşı, which is the largest K-12 campus in Europe and 2nd largest in the world.
TED Ankara College is renowned for its high academic standards, mission of actively maintaining and developing the values of civilization, and a contemporary and progressive vision.
Being the capital city of Turkey, Ankara is the second most populous city in the country. Ankara is a crucial economic and political center for Turkey, as it is the second largest city economy and where the Turkish government is based in. Formerly a small town during the Ottoman period, Ankara gained spectacular importance, as it was the headquarters for the Turkish War of Independence.