BECOME A MEMBER
In order to become a member of MUN Bern, you have to be a student (or exchange student) currently enrolled at the University of Bern. The field of study does not matter. We are looking for motivated students that are interested in global politics, international negotiations and the UN. A well rounded knowledge of the English language is highly beneficial.
Once you are a member, you have the possibility to visit all our workshops, events and guest lectures. As an active member you, furthermore, have the privilege to participate in MUN conferences and thus you will be part of a well prepared and motivated delegation of MUN Bern. This is an unforgettable experience and an excellent addition to your undergraduate and/or graduate studies.
In order to succeed in a conference, you can count on our preparations. However, you have to be willing to invest quite some time. During our training sessions you will be able to familiarise yourself with the rules and the procedures of MUN. You will learn how to discuss, negotiate and write about highly interesting and complex topics.
If you're interested to become a member of MUN Bern, contact us either with our contact form, on social media, or send us an e-mail, in order to receive our membership application.
"MUN is a place, to get to know students from different fields of study, as well as international students "
"MUN means, to have lots of fun while experiencing the world of international relationships and structures of the UN"
"MUN is an association with many exciting events like visiting an embassy or the UN headquarter in Geneva "
"MUN means, to be open to discussions and compromises even though the topic is hard"
"MUN is an association that means a lot to me and gave me many wonderful friends"
"MUN is a place, to celebrate and live out my international background "
"MUN is an association that makes it possible, to get to know people all around the world and get to learn more about their culture "
"MUN means to me, to take on different roles and look at problems from different angles and through that, understand them in a broader context"