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SRH Hochschule Berlin at the Harvard World Model United Nations in Panama City

Discussing the most important issues of our generation

Harvard World Model United Nation is the world's most internationally diverse university-level Model UN conference, and the largest outside of the United States and Canada. Every year, more than 2000 currently enrolled university students from over 84 countries attend WorldMUN in a different location around the world.

Harvard WorldMUN hosts twenty simulated committees from the United Nations, featuring multiple member states, international organisations, and related governmental and non-governmental bodies. The committee sessions are directed by extremely involved staff, providing the perfect setting for participants to discuss some of the most pressing problems of our generation.

This year, the SRH team was present and voting! All of the delegates have been engaged in debates, speeches, and resolution writing. The delegation of 12 ambitious students is back in Berlin after a fruitful and very enriching experience:  

"Representing El Salvador in 6 different committees was both a special and challenging experience. It is an experience we will never forget and we can recommend it to everybody. The conference is a tremendous experience for students to gain new perspectives, develop diplomatic skills, and make new friends from all around the world."

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Our contact

Prof. Dr. Ian Towers

Professor

Study Programme Director B.A. International Business Administration, Professor of Management
Room S.102
Telephone +49 30 374 374-340 Send an email