WHAT IS BIMUN?
Barcelona International Model United Nations ESADE is a three-day MUN conference, which offers an exceptional opportunity to immerse into the world of International Relations.
Participants are able to see through the eyes of United Nations delegates a deeply engaging simulation.
In BIMUN ESADE, students must come up with plausible solutions to the complex real-world issues that politicians face today, and in order to do so, participation and cooperation are essential.
Throughout the three-day debate sessions, participants will develop their commu-nication, leadership and analytical skills as they attempt to solve the topic at hand. Furthermore, an undisclosed Crisis Situation will force delegates to be inventive and think on their feet.
BIMUN ESADE offers the same procedures and structure of THIMUN conferences except for the inclusion of Team-building activities. The aim of this novelty is to enhance social relations within the committee and ultimately improve working efficiency, making the most of the MUN experience.
WHY BIMUN ESADE?
The BIMUN ESADE experience provides delegates with the opportunity to improve their public speaking, analytical and leadership skills in order to be fully prepared to thrive in a globalised world, always with the help of the Executive Team.
One of BIMUN ESADE's hallmarks has always been its reduced committees, which enable our delegates to have a chance to actively participate in the debate. Moreover, a friendly atmosphere is created inside the committee, in which delegates may enjoy an altogether fruitful experience.
Our conference is designed to foster negotiation and public speaking skills, introduce students to a range of global challenges, and provide culturally diverse perspectives on a variety of issues. Our strong emphasis on representation at our conference from schools across the globe ensures that the BIMUN ESADE experience is a truly international one.
MORE ABOUT MUN
Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is an educational simulation and/or academic competition in which students can learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations by roleplaying as a delegate representing a member state. MUN involves and teaches researching, public speaking, debating, and writing skills, in addition to critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities. Schools and colleges from multiple countries organize conferences, local or international, in which current issues are debated. MUN is a formal activity typically carried out in English, however as popularity increases, some conferences or committees now have a bilingual nature, to represent other communities. The standard procedures and rules of a MUN conference will be provided once delegates sign up for BIMUN ESADE 20, but they are also available in several other websites. For more information on Model UN, visit: http://bestdelegate.com or http://www.thimun.org