- About FIU MUN
About FIU MUN
What is FIU MUN?
FIU MUN is Florida International University's very own Model United Nations competitive program. The team is currently ranked #1 in North America. It is supported by the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs and its founding Dean, Dr. John F. Stack, Jr. The FIU Model United Nations Program is an international relations course offered during both the fall and spring semesters. The course provides an interactive environment engrossing students in the different aspects of political and international affairs.
Attending each conference is taken care of in advance by the university. Please note; however, that attendance at each conference only covers each attending students travel, hotel, and registration fees. Each attending delegate is responsible for providing their own meals. FIU MUN also hosts the annual FIU Model UN High School Conference, a Model UN conference designed for high school students.
Applications are currently available by clicking here. Prospective applicants will be contacted shortly following the submission of their application. Try-outs are held every semester.
Applications must be submitted electronically via the link provided above. Any questions should be directed to email@example.com
The Model UN program requires complete commitment from all of its students. Aside from normal classroom activities, membership demands that each student attend coordinated FIU MUN activities, conferences, classes, training seminars and other events not listed.
How many students will be accepted to the FIU MUN Program?
There is no fixed number of students accepted into the program. For example, in past years, the Program has had as few as 15 delegates and as many as 75.
Are there any specific requirements to enter the FIU MUN Program? Besides being a student that is both currently enrolled in coursework and in good academic standing, there are no formal requirements needed to join the Model UN Program at FIU. Additionally, there are no prerequisites needed to apply for each respective semester; prior experience is not needed; and class year is not factored into consideration when selecting delegates. For example, a student who is currently a senior or a junior will not receive preference over a freshman or a sophomore.
Please also note there is not a minimum GPA, preferred course major, or requisite number of credits needed to be considered. Each and every student will be evaluated on the merits of their entire interview process and treated on a first come, first serve basis. All students are welcomed to apply, but only the most qualified will be accepted into the program.
Program Director: Michelle Rosario
Location: SIPA 528
Phone: 305 348- 6565