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Every year, more than 400,000 people from primary schools, secondary schools, universities, and beyond take part in a Model United Nations

country flags hung up on walls

By role-playing meetings like the Security Council and General Assembly, participants get a unique insight into how the United Nations works. They research, debate and try to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems.

The International Relations programme at Richmond prepares students for a career in international organisations, business, finance, government institutions, agencies, and the media.  It provides specific knowledge in three core areas: International relations theory and concepts, global institutions, and contemporary issues in international affairs. 

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