Model UN Conference by ASUE Participation

27 Feb 2014

The United Nations Department of Public Information jointly with European Regional Educational Academy, Public Administration Academy and Armenian State University of Economics is organizing a Model UN (MUN) Conference for the students of these Universities. The MUN will simulate a Security Council session. The agenda topic will be dedicated to the 20th Anniversary of Rwanda Genocide.

The conference will be held in the second half of April (exact date TBD) in UN Armenia Office while the trainings will be held in the participating universities. To promote the educational process of the students the conference will take place in one of the UN official languages – English.

 Applications should consist of:

  • CV (FB account name is mandatory)
  • Motivation letter

 The main criteria for acceptance of students will be:

  • Motivation to participate in the Conference
  • Fluent knowledge of English
  • Enrollment in the 2013-2014 academic year of  ASUE  as a student

 Selection process:

  • Applicants will be shortlisted by ASUE based on application papers
  • Applicants will be selected after interviews

 DEADLINE for Applications is 5 March 2014.

 After the selection procedure is over several trainings will be organized about the United Nations in general, about the agenda topic in particular, in negotiation skills, public speaking and decision-making.

 From each University 15 students will participate (with 5 additional people as reserve).

Model United Nations is an academic simulation of the United Nations that aims to educate participants about current events, topics in international relations, diplomacy and the United Nations agenda. The participants role-play as diplomats representing a UN Member State in a simulated session of the United Nations. Participants do research about assigned country and topic, take on roles as diplomats, debate international issues, negotiate, deliberate, consult, and then develop joint solutions to world and regional problems.

Detailed information and additional materials on MUNs can be found at:

Send you applications to:

For inquiries please contact:  ASUE Foreign Relations Division  +374  593 484, 593 384