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Julia Kirchmayr is a fourth-year student in European Legal Studies at the University of Kent.
During her year abroad in the Netherlands she helped organize EuroMUN, the largest conference in the Netherlands and one of the biggest in Europe, as part of the back-office crisis team. She has also chaired multiple times on the UK-Circuit, such as at LIMUN and OxIMUN.
Apart from MUN, Julia enjoys debating, is Secretary-General for her chapter of the European Law Student Association, and has finally decided to learn how to properly waltz.
Quote: “A MUN conference is toxic mix of sleep deprivation, heated debates, and life-long friendships. You will become addicted.”
Marko is a fourth-year undergraduate student of Law at the University of Mostar, in the city in Bosnia and Herzegovina where he was born and raised. A member of University of Mostar Debate Club and an avid member of his university Moot Court Club, he is currently also Editor-in-Chief for the official university magazine.
He was first introduced to the MUN world in 2010 by fellow students in his hometown and has had the MUN virus ever since. Marko has chaired the International Court of Justice at both CUIMUN and OxIMUNand most recently chaired the Council of the Arab League at the Mostar conference (MOSTIMUN 2015). Marko has referred to Cambridge and CUIMUN as the ultimate MUN experience and a must-attend for all MUN enthusiasts, on account of its rich history, its highest level of debate, and its beautiful surroundings.
He is looking forward once again to meeting fellow MUN enthusiasts and chairing in the ICJ.
Meshaal is a third-year undergraduate student in Law at the University of Kent. MUN has been an integral part of her life since high school, and as a delegate, chair, and conference journalist, she has seen conferences from every possible angle.
Her favourite aspect of MUN would be the uniqueness that every conference brings - the opportunity to be involved in a variety of committees, experience differing perspectives from nations and NGOs all over the world, and meet people attending from institutions worldwide. She is fuelled for more at CUIMUN, where she experienced her first university-level conference. When not contemplating international diplomacy with other like-minded enthusiasts, her interests range from typography to environmental criminology; do feel free to strike up conversation anytime – when not in session, of course.