The simulation event Model NATO returns, taking place at the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) in London on 11th March. Learn how you can become one of our delegates.
Model NATO will take place at the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) in London on 11th March. Through their participation in the event, student-delegates will learn about how NATO works and the significance of the Alliance for UK and European defence.
The School of Politics and International Relations has been invited to send six student delegates to represent the University at a Model NATO conference being run by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the British International Studies Association. Fifteen UK universities will be taking part in the Model and each university will represent two NATO members.
Through their participation in the event, student-delegates will learn about how NATO works and the significance of the Alliance for UK and European defence.
‘The Model NATO was a fantastic experience, not only to visit London and the FCO, but to work together with students from all over the country in a simulated NATO setting.’ Ruaraidh Goodison
Further details can be found at https://www.bisa.ac.uk/news/bisafcdo-model-nato-2022 You can find a report on previous participation here: https://blogs.kent.ac.uk/polir-news/2019/12/10/model-nato-and-nato-engages/
Students in their second year and above, including post-graduates are invited to apply.
To be considered for this exciting opportunity please email no more than 100 words explaining why you would like to attend to Professor Whitman by midnight on the Wednesday 2nd February.
A briefing on the event will be held on 28th January 2022 – 1300-1400 for those seeking further information, join here.
Successful applicants will be informed on Monday 7th February and will be required to attend an online briefing event later that week.