Climate change, global recession, nuclear treaties, and Millennium Development goals-these are some of the issues that the Hult student delegation debated at the European Model United Nations 2010 event earlier this month. The 11-strong Hult team emerged as key leaders in foreign policy-making and diplomacy winning 3 major awards at the closing ceremony and a number of other academic and non-academic titles.
EuroMUN 2010 in Maastricht, Netherlands hosted more than 530 delegates, from 111 universities, and 50 different nations. The Hult team consisted of undergraduate and master students from Hult's ModelUN Club and for many this was their first MUN event. At the end of the four day conference of heated negotiations and debates Hult students Vanessa Matos and Victoria Martinez were both awarded as Best Delegates, and Divya Nawale received an Honourable Mention.
Hult students had their efforts once again recognized at the Official Delegates Ball with Juan Jose Rosel winning Mr. EuroMUN, Divya Nawale taking home the title of Miss Human Rights Council and Vanessa Matos voted as Miss Social Cultural and Humanitarian Committee.
"We congratulate our students for their accomplishments at EuroMUN 2010. A key part of Hult's curriculum is Action Learning and we fully encourage and support students putting theory learned in the classroom into practice." Ian Dougal, Academic Dean, Hult London.