Model United Nations
Are you interested in world politics and comparative government? Would you like to apply what you are
learning in your courses to real world problems?
Are you considering a career in diplomacy, national security, international law or human rights?
Would you like to improve your leadership and
Participate in Model United Nations!
Model United Nations is a simulation of the UN General Assembly and other multilateral bodies. In Model UN, students represent UN member states and debate current issues on the organization's agenda. While playing their roles as ambassadors, student "delegates" make speeches, prepare draft resolutions, negotiate with allies and adversaries, resolve conflicts, and navigate the Model UN conference rules of procedure - all in the interest of mobilizing international cooperation to resolve problems that affect countries all over the world.
Any student interested in participating in Model UN for the 2015-2016 academic year
is encouraged to enroll in the following Fall 2015 course:
POLSC 401 Topics/Politics - Model United Nationals (1)
W 3:30-4:20 PM
114 Burt Hall
In this one (1) credit hour course we will learn about the United Nations, research our countries, write position papers on policy issues, and review parliamentary procedures. Enrollment in the course is not required for participation in Model UN, but it is highly recommended. Students with previous Model UN experience may audit the course. Whether enrolled or auditing, any student who wants to travel to Chicago must meet course requirements. All majors and class years are welcome.
We plan to attend the following conferences:
American Model UN
November 21-24, 2015
Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers
Delegations: Algeria, Nicaragua, Czech Republic
XX UC Berkeley Model UN Conference
San Fransisco, California
Delegations: To Be Announced
For more information about the United National Association of the United State of America,
please visit http://www.unausa.org.