WorldMUN • Madrid
17th - 23th March 2019Apply
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WorldMUN is a United Nations simulation organized by Harvard University. It is held, every year, in a different city that thus has the chance of showcasing all of its beauties and marvels to the 2,000 plus participants. The city host for the 2019 edition is Madrid, capital of Spain.
Together with the simulations, participants will benefit from a series of training and socialization initiatives with colleagues from all around the world.
* There is the possibility of extending the stay in Madrid for 4 days after the conference.
The offer is subject to availability and regulated by the terms and conditions of the partner tour operator.
Why participate in WorldMUN • Madrid
- Closing ceremony held at the General Assembly hall at the UN’s headquarters *
- More than 2000 participants from all over the world
- Social events created especially to promote cultural exchange
- It includes participation in the MUN•ROME conference
- Free time to visit Madrid
Training courseTo benefit the most from a MUN, participants are required to possess specific knowledge and operational skills. Consules has therefore created a specific training program divided in several modules. The modules may be held in-class and/or through a designated learning platform. The platform will also be used to upload research material and to monitor the students’ academic performance.
Diplomacy and Research Methods
This class is an introduction to the methods and main features of international diplomacy. Participants learn how to conduct their research activity on the topics of the simulation and how to write complex documents like position papers.
This module introduces the participants to the art of negotiation. The focus is on the main strategies that negotiators use to reach a compromise with counterparts. Students will learn how to gain the support of other actors on their proposals, how to create alliances and how to deal with the opposition.
Core objective of this module is the development of legal drafting skills through a deep analysis of UN documents and acts. This activity will allow students to understand structure, content, typical lexicon and vocabulary of UN Resolutions.
Intro to the United Nations
The module is an introduction to international law, its focus is the UN and how it operates. The principles that regulate the United Nations’ activity are analyzed, with particular reference to peacekeeping, sustainable development and protection of human rights.
Public Speaking class focuses on how to create a powerful speech and on the communication tools necessary to speak in public. Students learn how to interact with others in an international professional context.
UN Rules of procedure
The aim of Rules of Procedure is to explain to the delegates how a complex organization like the United Nations works. Through the understanding of the rules, students learn how to reach a political goal while respecting formal regulations.
Total certified hours
Individual study on Cloud platform: 40
MUN•ROME conference: 40
WorldMUN•Madrid conference: 40
Total certified hours: 150
How to applyIn order to participate in the project, candidates are required to fill in the application form available on this page and pay the €10,00 administrative fee.
Candidates are admitted to the MUN program after their knowledge of the English language is verified. The English language level will be established through an online interview with an expert in the field.
Candidates who send Consules an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, with a valid English language certificate, are exempt from the language interview. Candidates who have taken part in a Model United Nations project organized by Consules in the last five years are also exempt from the language interview.
The applications will be examined on a weekly basis until all positions are filled, i.e. as the positions available are limited, once the limit number has been reached, further applications will no longer be considered.
Further information regarding the participation process can be found in the Call for participants available in this section.
Download the call for participants
The participation fee for the WorldMUN•Madrid 2019 project is €1090* and it includes:
*For students enrolled within 15th October 2018. The participation fee amounts to €1190 for students enrolled within 15th November and to €1290 for students enrolled after 15th November.
- Training course
- Educational material
- Delegate Kit
- Tutoring during the training course
- Tutoring during the conference in Madrid
- Support during the conference in Madrid
- WorldMUN•Madrid registration fee to be paid to the American organizing authority
- MUN•ROME registration fee
- Organization of a meeting with the Italian Embassy in Madrid (Activity subject to the availability of the Embassy)
- Organization of a meeting with the Embassy of the country represented in Madrid (Activity subject to the availability of the Embassy)
Services provided by the partner Tour Operator:
- Round-trip airfare to Madrid*
- Overnight stay in a 4 star partner hotel in Madrid for 8 days and 7 nights
- Round-trip airport – hotel transfers in Spain
* The fee does not include airport taxes and fuel surcharges
Extended stay in Madrid: There is the possibility of extending the stay in Madrid for 4 days and 3 nights at the additional cost of €249
*In order to facilitate participating students financially as much as possible, the participation fee will be divided in 4 installments which will have to be paid in a 6 months time span, i.e. in the period between the publication of the present call for participants and 40 days before departure for New York, following the indications that will be provided to each participant via email.Apply