The most representative project from all those run by ANUDI is the University Carlos III Model United Nations (UC3MUN), which is organized in March every year. This is a simulation of the principal organs of the United Nations where through different techniques of discussion and negotiation, our delegates can represent the official position of the 192 UN member countries.

Ban Ki-moon
Meeting with former UN Sec. General Mr Ban-Ki Moon in october 2015

In 2018 we will celebrate the seventh edition of UC3MUN, held between March 6 and 9 at the Getafe campus of the Carlos III University of Madrid. Throughout these seventh years, the model has undergone a constant evolution that has been reflected in both the number of participants and international recognition that it is gradually getting. Each year, our model has been getting bigger and bigger, becoming the largest by number of international participants in Spain.

The UC3MUN is open to any college student who wants to walk in the shoes of a diplomat for a few days. Our committees are classified according to the experience and language of participants, so that nobody is left out. We have committees designed for beginner, intermediate and advanced levels, created with the aim of achieving the level of expertise of the members of each committee is as homogeneous as possible and that discussions are fluid. In addition, there are committees in both Spanish and English, as we do not want language to be a barrier for any of the participants.

But UC3MUN is more than debate. Each edition we have the presence of prestigious professionals, within their field of expertise, who offer us a series of introductory lectures designed to orient participants about the topics they address in their respective committees. In addition, attendees can learn first-hand and exchange different points of view with representatives of the diplomatic, business and institutional world.