Our programs combines the hard and soft skills needed to succeed in Model UN with the goal of applying them to the broader academic context.
Develop Hard Skills Needed to Succeed in College
Model United Nations provides an incredible platform on which to develop a number of tangible skills. Our program emphasizes quantitative research, policy research, presentation and public speaking, and written and oral argument construction. Every student must write a position paper and receives 10 hours of writing review.
Provide a Truly Cross-Cultural Experience
We’re not saying there isn’t value in ordering coffee at a French cafe, but it’s a completely upgraded experience if you have to debate effects of globalization on the coffee trade with a French peer.
Create life-long relationships
Our mentors take a strong interest in the success of all of our students because we were there not too long ago! By accepting only the best students, we keep our teams small and elite, allowing our mentors to build connections that last through the years.