What Do We Do?
Model United Nations at UCLA engages students in a dynamic simulation of the United Nations by hosting high school and college level conferences, as well as by traveling to other college level conferences hosted by top notch universities across the continent. Model UN at UCLA is one of the ten comprehensive American collegiate MUN programs that has the ability to host a high school conference, a college conference, and field a competitive travel team.
How Does It Work?
Students take on the role of a delegate or character from an assigned nation and discuss international relations topics with the ultimate goal of collaborating to write a resolution solving the issue at hand. Model United Nations teaches highly useful and marketable skills such as public speaking, and it is a fantastic avenue for networking and making lifelong friends with students at UCLA and all across the college MUN circuit.
How Can You Get Involved?
Come to a meeting! Anyone can sign up to staff our conferences and try out to compete at travel conferences with zero prior experience and no financial burden; we provide training and subsidize our travel teams.
Model United Nations at UCLA meets on Wednesday nights at 6pm on campus in Humanities 169. Join our mailing list below for further details.
Want all the details? Check out the Constitution of Model United Nations at UCLA (PDF) for more information.