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Bond students bring home a swag of awards, after 2012 Asia-Pacific Model United Nations Conference (AMUNC).

The annual AMUNC, held this year at Melbourne's La Trobe University, saw Bond University students take out 10 awards including Best Overall Delegate won by Ashley Peplow (IR and Journalism student).

Model UN's attract some of the best and brightest tertiary students from around the country and Asia-Pacific, making this event highly prestigious. With over 60 competitive universities in the running, the Bond team scooped the pool by taking out another two Honourable Mentions, five Diplomacy Awards and three Best Delegates, deeming this their most successful year in attendance.

The UNAA continues to support Bond University's many student associations by presenting awards to successful International Relations students at graduation functions throughout the year.

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