Join our Delegation to Harvard World Model United Nations 2019
Harvard World Model United Nations (WorldMUN) is the world’s most internationally diverse college-level Model UN conference, and the largest outside of the United States and Canada. Every year, 2,000+ currently enrolled university students from over 110 countries attend WorldMUN in a different location around the world. Past locations include Singapore, Puebla (Mexico), Geneva (Switzerland), Beijing (China), Belo Horizonte (Brazil), Sharm el-Sheikh (Egypt), Taipei (Taiwan), The Hague (Netherlands), and Rome (Italy).
Through lively and informed debate, exciting social events, and a unique conference spirit, the WorldMUN experience reaches across cultures and borders to inspire both cooperation and friendship.
- Number of students in our delegation: 10 Students
- Language of the competition: English
- Location: Madrid, Spain
- Registration Fee: 150 EUR
- Deadline for applying: December 27, 2018
- Conference dates: March 18 – 22, 2019
Francesca Niamh Lave
Head of MUN Society (2017-2020)
Overview of MUNs
Model UNs are simulations of conferences of the United Nations for students from all around the world, held in nearly every country.
In these conferences, each student takes on the role of “delegate” of a country and debates for that country’s interests regarding specific topics. The conferences are divided into different committees, to reflect the different bodies the UN is comprised of. Each delegate is also assigned a committee, and each committee discusses issues of global relevance.
- Grow as a world citizen
- Master public speaking and debating
- Learn how to research
- Expand your network, as you’ll be meeting the leaders of tomorrow
- It looks amazing on your CV
- Learn about the workings of the UN
- Enjoy the socials and parties!
The MUN Training sessions will cover a general introduction to how an MUN is structured, its Rules of Procedure (RoP), how to conduct research, how to write position papers and clauses, public speaking (prepared and improvised speeches), and lobbying.
A second component of the preparation of the Invictus delegations are the MUN simulations. Multiple simulations are conducted to instruct each delegate. In this way the delegate is prepared to follow the procedure of the conference while using all the necessary formalisms, to deliver successful speeches, and to be the centre of the lobbying process.
Through this training delegates will be prepared to participate and excel in MUN Conferences. Join us and improve your public speaking, research, writing skills, and learn in depth about the world’s most arduous challenges.