Welcome to the Website of the Tübingen Delegation to the National Model United Nations in New York!
Upcoming: Tübingen Model United Nations – 4th February 2022
The Delegation of the University of Tübingen will represent Venezuela at the NMUN conference in New York 2022.
For more than 40 years, National Model United Nations (NMUN) welcomes about 5000 students annually from all over the world. The University of Tübingen has been participating since 1997 and is very proud to represent the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela at the 2022 NMUN Conference in New York City. 18 students from various study programs will form 9 delegations, which will tackle the world’s current issues. In order to be prepared for this exciting and challenging opportunity, we will spend the upcoming months working on crucial skills such as research, public speaking, debating, and working as a team. Explore our website and get to know our honorable delegates, stay updated on our progress, and learn more about the Tübingen delegations from the past years.
Check our blog and Instagram page for updates!
HELP US Fund Our NMUN Project!
The National Model United Nations (NMUN) is the world’s largest simulation conference of the UN in New York. It brings together around 5.000 students from all over the world. And we have the unique chance to be a part of this huge intercultural, university project from April 3rd to 7th, 2022!
We are 18 students from different disciplines forming the Delegation of the University of Tübingen. We are super motivated and grateful to be part of this special project. However, as students we cannot handle all the costs alone…
That is why we need your help & kindly ask for your financial support!
With your donation you help us realizing this project by reducing the high financial burdens of travel, hotel and participation fees for us students. Every amount helps us!
Also, sharing the campaign contributes to the success of our project.
Thank you very much for your support!
Your NMUN Delegation 2022
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