UI International Delegations

Preface

One of the benefits of joining UI MUN Club is becoming a part of UI International Delegations. Currently, UI MUN Club has seven international delegations to the following MUNs: Harvard National, Harvard WorldMUN, Asia-Pacific MUN Conference, The European International MUN, EuroMUN, Singapore MUN, and Nanyang Technological MUN. Since its establishment, UI International Delegations have brought so many awards home. Every year each respective alumni manage the intensive training in order to continue our legacy. 

UI for Harvard National MUN

Founded in 1955, only a decade after the creation of the United Nations, Harvard National Model United Nations (HNMUN) is the largest, oldest, and most prestigious conference of its kind. Staffed entirely by Harvard College undergraduates, HNMUN brings over 3,000 students and faculty together from colleges and universities around the world to simulate the activities of the United Nations. HNMUN offers a unique opportunity to experience the challenges of international negotiation and diplomacy. Each year Universitas Indonesia continues to send its best delegates to compete with other notable universities in this particular MUN. 

UI for Harvard World MUN

Harvard World Model United Nations (WorldMUN) is the most internationally diverse college-level Model UN conference, and the largest outside of North America. Every year 2,000+ currently enrolled university students from over 115 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), and The Hague (Netherlands). Each year, UI MUN Club chooses our most diplomatic delegates to compete with other delegates as the Harvard WorldMUN always bears the principle of diplomacy. 

UI for Asia-Pacific MUN Conference (AMUNC)

The Asia Pacific Model United Nations Conference (AMUNC) is an annual travelling Model United Nations conference for university students. Each conference is hosted in a different city within the Asia-Pacific region, attracting approximately 600 students from Asia, the Pacific Islands, Australia and New Zealand, making it one of the largest regional model UN conferences in the world. AMUNC is run entirely by student volunteers, usually coordinated through a relevant student association, with the support and backing of the host university. The conference typically takes place over a week in July, encompassing a variety of activities, including role-playing committees, guest speakers, career information stalls, and an extensive evening social activities program.

UI for The European International MUN (TEIMUN)

The European International Model United Nations (TEIMUN) is a conference held from the 9th until the 16th of July for students from all over the globe. TEIMUN is one of the oldest MUNs in Europe for university students. TEIMUN strikes a good balance between a professional atmosphere and social interaction between the delegates. As a consequence, TEIMUN is a very good starting point for first time MUNers, as well as being a very challenging conference for MUN veterans. Furthermore, the TEIMUN parties and social events are a renowned aspect of the conference and are just as important as the daily sessions in the different councils.

UI for European MUN (EuroMUN)

Throughout the years, EuroMUN has become known as one of the most prestigious and most international conferences of continental Europe. Together with partners such as NATO, the President of the European Parliament and UNU-Merit, we have provided our delegates with high quality debates, ensuring their social activities do not fall too short and presenting the lovely, fabulous city of Maastricht.  Adding to the abundance of cultural actives the city offers, it is also the birthplace of the European Union as we know it today. Being the heart of Europe, Maastricht will play a more significant role for our conference than ever before: after the historic vote for the United Kingdom to cease being a European Union member, the Union faces a challenge that nobody yet dares to estimate. Taking this incentive, EuroMUN’s theme reveals around global challenges and is about finding solutions to the widening gap between all spheres of our societies: rich and poor, uneducated and university graduates, male and female

UI for Singapore MUN (SMUN)

Over the past thirteen years, SMUN has distinguished itself from other MUN conferences in Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region with its organizational excellence and academic prestige. In March 2011, members of the 2009 and 2010 SMUN Secretariats successfully co-hosted the 20th World Model United Nations (World MUN) alongside Harvard University. As further testament to SMUN’s academic stature, a delegation from NUS including SMUN 2016 Secretariat members won the “Outstanding Delegation Award” at Citi-Pan Asia Model United Nations 2015 in Taipei, while five SMUN 2016 Committee Chairpersons and Secretariat members have been selected by World MUN 2016 to chair at their conference in Rome. Going into its 14th iteration in June 2017, SMUN continues to be the flagship event for the NUS Political Science Society, and is widely regarded as one of the most prestigious MUN conferences in Singapore. 

 

UI for Nanyang Technological University MUN (NTUMUN)

NTU Model United Nations (NTU MUN) is one of the most prestigious international event organized by the NTU Debating Society, one of NTU’s premier clubs. Since 2006, students from around the Asian region have come to the Nanyang Executive Center to spend a weekend discussing important geo-political and social issues. In the past, NTU MUN has been graced by guests such as His Excellency Mr Paul Madden, British High Commissioner to Singapore; Her Excellency Ms Amanda Brooks, Acting British High Commissioner; Ambassador Barry Desker, Dean S Rajaratnam School of International Studies; Prof Rohan Gunaratna, an International Terrorism Expert; Ms Yeo Law Hwee, Director of the European Union Centre in Singapore; and Mr Geoffrey Yu, Advisor at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of Singapore. Our aim is to foster a constructive forum for open dialogue on global issues and it is designed to acquaint its participants with the nations of the world community, their policies, and the problems that arise as these nations attempt to coexist. The nature of NTU MUN makes it very relevant to the student communities, members of which are the potential leaders of tomorrow and who shall be influenced by issues around them and in the world at large.