Notice: This Student Group is looking for additional Group Leaders for next year! Being a Group Leader enables you to grow your social life at London Met, make a difference to your University experience and boost your employability skills. Each Group Leader is trained for their role in September before the new academic year, and receives Monday to Friday support from the Student Activities Coordinator. If you’re interested in taking up a vacant role, please get in touch with the Society committee.
Model United Nations societies are present in primary schools to universities with more than 400,000 people taking part every year. They offer a great opportunity to enhance skills that will benefit you in your studies as well as your future career but also offer a unique setting for you to debate on current issues with students from around the world.
This award-winning society, London Met Model United Nations, is no different, and perhaps one of the most multicultural!
Through our fortnightly meetings, you will be simulating UN committees including among others, the Security Council or the General Assembly, enabling you to gain a unique insight into how the UN works. By discussing current world issues, you will develop skills such as critical thinking, teamwork, conflict resolution, public speaking, and research.
Activities LMMUN participates in include attending the prestigious yearly London International Model United Nations conference held at Imperial College, as well as attending other MUNs abroad. In the past, London Met students have had the opportunity to travel to MUNs in Paris, Prague and Edinburgh with the society, and organize their own individual trips to, for example, the Cologne MUN conference. These conferences are an opportunity to engage with students from around the world, but also to network with diplomats and UN personnel. As well as these conferences, LMMUN also attends various talks and events across London. Last year LMMUN attended events including a conversation with Antonio Gutteres, the UN Secretary General, organised by UNA UK as well as a lecture at SOAS on the history and future of the UN and the United Nations Day reception at the Embassy of Sweden, also organized by UNA-UK.
This year, our goal is not only to participate at LIMUN, but also to attend other European MUNs as well as start organizing and preparing our very own LMMUN conference!
If you are interested in current affairs and want to put your debating skills to the test, come and join us!
No previous MUN experience is required, all courses welcome.
Our official website: www.londonmetmun.com