+++Below you can find the latest update on the committees of MUIMUN 2014, but it will not be the last one!+++
MUIMUN 2014 will have 7 committees in English, one in Spanish and for the first time also one in French. This makes MUIMUN trilingual!
Also, there will be different levels: Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced.
The division into three different levels should help you in finding the committee of your choice, and us in allocating committee positions properly and thereby enhancing your overall MUIMUN-experience.
If you are rather new to the world of Model UN, you may want to choose a beginners committee. On the other hand, if you are a more experienced delegate you might also choose one of these, in order to represent one of the major players in your committee, especially if you are able and willing to assist MUN-rookies with their first steps in MUN.
Our intermediate committees don’t necessarily require extensive MUN-experience, but some ‘committee-specific knowledge’. For GA 6th this means that you should be interested in and have some basic knowledge of (international) law, although it’s not exclusively for law students. Applicants for CEPAL and UNESCO should have sufficient knowledge of the Spanish or French language, respectively.
The advanced committees require some MUN-experience. You should know the concept of MUN and the basic rules, MUN-conferences usually follow. The ICC will be slightly different, simulating a case in court rather than a regular MUN-committee. Therefore students with moot court-experience are also highly welcomed to apply!