The bottom line is that there is no way to understand the world better than to put yourself in the shoes of other countries. From the moment you set foot in a United Nations convention, you are a diplomat and you must represent your country's interests in the global community. If you want to make a change for the world, MUN is the perfect opportunity to participate, to become enthusiastic, and to understand the world around you. The skills you acquire in resolving conflict, public speaking, diplomacy and the relationships you build will be with you throughout your life.
Since I studied in SOAS University of London for a course in Global Diplomacy, I realized that despite all its flaws and concerns UN is still the best stage to work with different countries to harness and create sustainable development. MUN is a great platform to understand and practice the same.
MUN that simulates real UN experience enables me insight of how the world works and cooperates. I granted the chance to meet people from a variety of different countries and cultures who possess diverse perspectives on world issues and I'm able to learn from them.
I have been studied International Law in my current university with the will that I want to contribute to international peace and security in the future. However, I hesitated to take a step forward because of lack of my confidence and experiences. Recently, I am doing internship in the law firm in Bangkok with taking a year off of my university in Japan. Of course, this is a more challenging environment than ever for me, however, I think I need to take another step to chase my dream which is working for an international organization. Apply for MUN and becoming a part of MUN will be the most challenging thing in my life until now, however, I believe this experience is the one I should challenge.
You might have that question on your mind. That’s great though, because it shows that you care for your dream! And of course, we will try to answer that question.
Alright! So, first, what do you need to be a diplomat? According to Leslie McBee, Diplomat in Residence from The USA, you need to possess personal flexibility, intellectual suppleness, and the ability to communicate in order to become a diplomat.
In a MUN conference, you will talk to other people, represent the country that you are assigned, and solve a problem. These activities will help you sharpen all the skills required to be a diplomat. Plus, according to Best Delegate, you could develop some of your soft skills such as critical thinking, team work, and leadership in a MUN conference!
Last but not least, you will have a firsthand experience of how a diplomat works! Remember, people who are experienced could worth a lot more than those of who only have the skills!
Once again, do not worry! We have prepared an e-book that contains all of the things that you should know about MUN!
Spoiler alert: You will also find some easy tips to become the best delegate in the conference. All in one book!
First, close your wallet, hide your card, and close your e-money application on your phone, because this e-book is FREE!
All you need to do is to insert your name and e-mail in the boxes below. After that, sit tight and we will send the e-book to your e-mail!
Super easy, right? We hope that this e-book will help you to become the best delegate and achieve your dream!