Become a diplomat and help to address global challenges
What is a United Nations session like? By participating in this initiative, you’ll have the chance to experience it first-hand. Model United Nations (MUN) is a prestigious university competition that, for one week, brings together more than 2,500 students from 120 countries to experience what it’s like to participate in a session of one of the world’s most important international organisations.
Working in teams representing different countries, the students tackle various social and political challenges.
By enrolling in ESADE’s Bachelor in Law + Bachelor in Global Governance, Economics & Legal Order, you can be one of them.
At the 25th edition of the Harvard World Model United Nations, Mohamed Bouzagou, a participant from ESADE Law School, won the prestigious Diplomatic Award. This award recognised Mohamed’s successful appearance before the Nature Conservancy, a committee whose members are free to liaise with other committees in order to try to influence them.
MUN key points
Experience a United Nations session first-hand
Reflect and contribute ideas on topics of global importance
Put knowledge acquired in the classroom into practice
Face off in public against students from other countries
Develop research and information-searching skills
Improve your oral expression and learn to think on your feet and respond quickly
Have experiences that resemble the day-to-day reality of diplomats