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Participating in Model United Nations Conferences around the globe

Many students choose to study a degree or subjects in international relations because they’re fascinated by what makes the world work.

From diplomacy to the United Nations, there is so much to explore when it comes to global issues and events.

A Model United Nations – essentially, a simulated United Nations conference – provides an opportunity for students to apply what they’ve learned to a practical setting and represent a country, a global organisation or be a journalist during the conference.

Bond offers opportunities for students to participate in Model United Nations around the world, from Japan to New York, USA.

Here are some of their stories.

Sarah White, WIMUN 2018

When Sarah started her degree, she couldn't have imagined she would be speaking at the United Nations. But in 2018, Sarah travelled to New York to compete in the WFUNA International Model United Nations Conference (WIMUN).

Read Sarah's blog

Maeve Moroney, WIMUN Geneva Online 2021

In the midst of a global pandemic, Maeve Moroney and a team of seven other international relations Bondies joined WIMUN Geneva Online, a solely virtual MUN that saw them waking up at all hours of the night in the name of diplomacy. In this blog, she offers five valuable learnings from an unforgettable experience.

Read MAEVE's blog

Cloe Read, JEMUN 2017

Cloe went to Japan as a video journalist at the Japanese English Model United Nations conference. It was her first Model UN and it opened up doors to opportunities Cloe will never forget. 

Read Cloe's blog

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