Date(s) - 07/03/2020 - 08/03/2020
On 7-8 March, Warwick University UN Society will be running WARMUN High School for Sixth Form students. This will be a rare opportunity for students to enhance their skills in negotiating, problem-solving and public speaking. It will increase their self-confidence and self-awareness and give them leadership experience. And this extracurricular activity will enhance their personal statements?
WARMUN High School is a Model United Nations conference specifically crafted for Six Form Students. The conference will take place between the 7th to 8th of March at the University of Warwick. In this 2-day event, students will have the opportunity to represent a United Nations’ Member State in a simulation of a Committee whose topics will range from politics, economics, global security and human rights. They will have to debate on these issues of pivotal importance, thus improving their argumentative and public speaking skills and will then have to come up with a Resolution to address the issue. This will ensure honing of their negotiation ability.
Model UN is truly an invaluable asset for university applications as it is seen highly by Universities all across the country. Students will stand out from the crowd by showing they are on their way to being responsible citizens of this world and balanced individuals.
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