MUNiverse is a new innovative start-up specialising in the educational simulation of Model United Nations. Spanning a collective 25 years of experience, our team have experience in training hundreds of students and running large conferences in the United Kingdom. As well as training, our revolutionary technology designed and built for MUN conferences has proven to increase productivity and remove strain on the administrative tasks necessary to run a conference. We also offer an online training resource that covers all aspects of MUN training, which schools can subscribe to on a yearly basis. For those schools that have conferences, or the desire to set one up, we can help you organize your conference. Whether helping in an advisory Rapporteur role, helping to run your Approvals Panel, or even aiding you to direct the whole conference. In addition to physical conference services, we also offer innovative conference software that makes the registration of delegates and the running of your conference, large or small, that much easier.
Andreas is a graduate of the University of Kent with a degree in Politics & International Relations. Having started MUN at 14, he specialised in the Security Council as a delegate and a chair, before being made Secretary-General. Since leaving school he has run training sessions for a number of schools in the UK and overseas.
Oliver is a computer science student at Oxford Brookes University. Oliver started MUN aged 13 and made a name for himself by developing numerous tech improvements for his school conference. Combined with his skills as a delegate and a chair, he was made joint Secretary-General for his final year at school.
Richard started his MUN career aged 16, before quickly making up for lost time to reach a total of 34 conferences, with a particular focus in disarmament issues. Richard was made Secretary-General but also presided over the General Assembly, bringing order to nearly 700 delegates. Richard has also run multiple training sessions in the UK and overseas.