The Best College Model UN Teams – World Division:
International Top 20

by KFC on April 6, 2011

International teams have done very well at HNMUN and WorldMUN. United Netherlands is pictured here.

What are the best college Model UN teams in the world? The Best Delegate team decided to answer this question with our International Top 20 Standings. We had to separate the college circuit into two divisions and devised methodologies for both divisions. We recommend reading the two links before jumping into the standings.

The standings are based on results as of March 21, 2011 which allowed us to capture results from WorldMUN. The standings reflect only team performances at conferences and not the overall quality of the program (i.e. it does not measure if a program hosts conferences or have any other special activities).

Here is the list of the top 20 international college Model UN teams. All these teams have won awards at either Harvard HNMUN or Harvard WorldMUN — the two most competitive conferences in the world. The top five in particular won multiple awards at those conferences and would make the combined Top 25 if we didn’t separate the World Division into a North American list and an International list (see the Methodology page for reasons why we separated the lists). Check out which colleges made our International Top 20!

The Best College Model UN Teams – World Division: International Top 20 Standings (as of 3/21/11)

1. MUN Society Belgium (Belgium)

MUN Society Belgium is relatively new to the circuit — the team was formed in 2006 after individuals from several universities met at Catalonia MUN in Spain. They adopted the same model as United Netherlands to combine the best collegiate delegates from their nation and have since been a force at Harvard WorldMUN, Oxford OxiMUN, and London International LIMUN. The team won Best Large Delegation at WorldMUN this year to give them the most heavily weighted award among all international teams.

2. Universidad Metropolitana (Venezuela)

Universidad Metropolitana is one of many powerhouse Venezuelan college teams on the circuit and they lead the way this year. The team placed 4th overall at Harvard HNMUN — behind only Yale University, the University of Chicago, and the University of Pennsylvania — and won Best International Delegation. This was the team’s first time winning that award.

3. Universidad Catolica Andres Bello (Venezuela)

Catolica is perhaps the most well-known of the Venezuelan powerhouses as they have consistently won delegation awards at both Harvard HNMUN and at NMUN in New York (on the National circuit) in the past few years. They came in 5th in overall awards won at HNMUN this year and also won awards at WorldMUN. They’ll close out their ambitious season — they’re one of only several colleges that attends HNMUN, WorldMUN, and NMUN — by trying to repeat for Outstanding Delegation (the top award) at NMUN in New York later this April.

4. United Netherlands (Netherlands)

United Netherlands is another powerhouse — they not only contend for Best International Delegation at Harvard HNMUN but for the overall Best Large Delegation award at that conference. They are also the original pioneers of the highly successful combined national team concept that has since been copied by several of the Top 10 International teams. United Netherlands came in 6th in overall awards won at HNMUN this year and also won awards at Oxford OxiMUN.

5. Universidad Simon Bolivar (Venezuela)

Universidad Simon Bolivar is another strong Venezuelan team and primary rivals of Catolica as the teams jockey for best international delegation at Harvard HNMUN every year. The team placed 9th in overall awards won at HNMUN this year.

Colleges in the top 6-10 sorted by weighted awards won at HNMUN or WorldMUN:

6. Universidad Central de Venezuela (Venezuela)
7. Lahore University of Management Sciences (Pakistan)
8. University of Passau (Germany)
9. Australian Universities Delegation (Australia)
10. Peruvian Universities (Peru)

Colleges in the top 11-20 sorted alphabetically:

  • Lady Shir Ram College for Women (India)
  • Leiden University (Netherlands)
  • Sciences Po Lille (France)
  • Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain)
  • Universidad de Carabobo (Venezuela)
  • Universidad del Rosario (Colombia)
  • University of Delhi – Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (India)
  • University of Exeter (United Kingdom)
  • University of Oxford (United Kingdom)
  • Utrecht University (Netherlands)

Check out the rest of the World Division – North America standings: top 6-10top 11-15 and top 16-25!

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What do you think about the colleges that made our Top 20? Make sure to check back on April 7th for the World Division – North America Top 1-5!

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Editor’s Note: The numbers for this March 21st edition of the standings were produced shortly after WorldMUN. Schools may submit their awards information to kfc@nullbestdelegate.com so we can double-check before we produce the final, end-of-year standings at the end of May.

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  • Mr Anderson

    So if the Venezuelan schools had a United Venezuela, then they would probably be number 1. Can you imagine if the American schools pooled together to form a super mun group called: United States of America. HNMUN would pretty much be over at that point.

  • Memo

    Really proud of Venezuelan teams! Having Metropolitana winning Best International this year; having UCAB the only Venezuelan team to ever win Best overall Delegation at HNMUN; having a UCV that got two Best Delegate awards in the first time ever they participate; and, best of all, having the USB, a technical university, that is the only one with three Best International Delegation awards three years in a row… That says something.

  • KFC

    We received an email from an international university on why NMUN isn’t included, and here is our response:

    We mentioned in our methodology that we separated the college circuit into two divisions. There are a set of schools that compete primarily in university-hosted conferences and consider HNMUN and WorldMUN to be the most competitive conferences on their circuit, and there are a set of schools that compete primarily in organization-hosted conferences and consider NMUN to be the most competitive conferences on their circuit. There are very few overlaps both in the United States and globally. This set only measures the HNMUN/WorldMUN division. NMUN results are separate and last year’s results will be posted shortly before this year’s NMUN starts.

  • MC

    I’d disagree that Simon Bolivar rivals with Universidad Catolica an HNMUN for best international. Historically, that rivalry has been between Catolica and Metropolitana. However, even though Metropolitana has had a great run at WorldMUN (4/6 prizes in Taiwan, 6/7 in The Hague to name a few), Simon Bolivar always attends with a larger delegation to that conference and are larger contenders there.
    Just a quick note, 2011 wasn’t the first time Universidad Central participated in HNMUN, they just went on a 7 year hiatus, but they had attended the conference before.
    Anyway, great ranking! I’ve gotta say I agree with the standings and am very proud to see so many Venezuelan universities on there.

  • TB

    I read your ranking with much interest. As far as I can tell, there is one aspect that is not reflected in the rankings: while Belgian MUN sends many of the same delegates to MUN conferences over the years. Most Dutch MUN Societies (incl. United Netherlands) select a fresh delegation each year which is then prepared within six months for participation in HNMUN. Most of those delegates do not have substantial experience of competitive MUN-ing.

  • Marisol

    WOW, WOW, WOW Jut Proud!!!!!!!!!!Thanks Venezuelan´s youngers! This give me a lot of hope, into our future like country. -4 of 6 /or 7 of 10- IS AMAZING!!!. I pray every day for all of you…Please…stay at Venezuela and don´t go out. We need you! Now, our country is rotting away but with people like you, for sure we can do the different between right to bad.

  • Diego E. Arria

    As a former Venezuelan UN Permanent Representativa I am so proud to see four Venezuelan universities ranked so highly. It is the other dimension of my country which inspire me.In the midst of a very dark hour of Venezuela these students represent a very powerful ray of hope for our people. They represent the best of our country.
    I repeat I am so proud
    diego arria

    • jesus furule

      HOLA DIEGO, SIEMPRE HE TENIDO LA CURIOSIDAD DE QUE SI TE ACUERDAS COMO YO ME ACUERDO DE UN PATIO DE BOLAS CRIOLLAS, O BOCHE ITALIANO QUE HABIA EN LA AVENIDA BOGOTA DE LOS CAOBOS; CLARO QUE YO TENIA EN ESE ENTONCE 13 AÑOS (1950), Y TU HAS DEBIDO TENER 5, O 7 AÑOS. NOSOTROS LUIS EDUARDO ROLANDO, ANTONIO PADRON, FREDDY AOUN, GASTON BLASSINI, JOSSIE RODRIGUEZ,GASTON GARCIA ENTRE OTROS JUGAMOS BEISBOL EN ESE TERRENO, Y TU TE LA PASABAS JUGANDO SOLO EN LOS ALREDEDORES, FUE MAS O MENOS POR EL TIEMPO QUE HUBO LA TRAGEDIA DE TU TIO Q.E.P.D., QUIEN TAMBIEN JUGABA EN ESE TERRENO,PERO YA ELLOS ERAN MAYORES QUE NOSOTROS.
      DESPUES DE MUCHOS AÑOS CONOCI A TU EX ESPOSA EN EL CONSULADO DE VENEZUELA EN SAN FRANCISCO.
      TAMBIEN HE SEGUIDO CON INTERES EL JUICIO QUE TIENES ENTABLADO CONTRA EL GOBIERNO DE VENEZUELA.
      UN BUEN ABRAZO

  • Venezuelan

    Of course, we Venezuelans can get awards at UN models, but can’t get rid of a wicked government…

    I still think this is nothing but a expensive posh waste of time except for the experience the participants can undoubtedly acquire.

    • KFC

      *Note: I allowed this comment to be published despite its political nature. We hope these articles help bring light to important topics and lead to positive change offline, and we will encourage discussion of this topic to take place offline between those who believe they should be involved.

      • jesus furule

        YOU MAKE IT SOUND AS IF “POLITICAL NATURE” IS DIRTIEST THAN THE BAD WORDS.
        I UNDERSTAND THAT YOU WANT TO KEEP THIS DEBATE CLEAN OF POLITICAL VIEWS.
        BUT ALLOWING “LuisRC’s” COMMENT WHICH CONTAIN 2 BAD WORDS ON IT.
        3RD. LINE AFTER THE WORD “VENEZUELA” WHICH IS THE EQUIVALENT OF THE “F” WORD, AND THE 5TH LINE THE VERY LAST WORD THAT A VERY BAD WORD IN SPANISH SPOKEN IN VENEZUELA.
        I WILL APPRECIATE IF YOU CHECK THIS OUT.

        • KFC

          Hi Jesus. I have already deleted “LuisRC”s comment after seeing your first notification. Thank you.

          • jesus furule

            THANK YOU SIR FOR BEING FAIR, I FEEL BETTER NOW.
            I APOLOGIZE FOR MY HARSH WORDS.
            BEST REGARDS

    • Andres

      “expensive posh waste of time except for the experience the participants can undoubtedly acquire”

      and the value added by your comment is…?

    • Prof. Valentina De Sola

      Why is always some people so negative??

      As an universitary profesor of Universidad Central de Venezuela and Universidad Monteavila I’ m very proud of the venezuela students participating in this events.

      Congratulatios, continue this way, Venezuela needs you and this awards are the response of the high standards of our universities and the preparations of the teams for this events.

      Continue working this way , God bless you always.

      Prof. Valentina De Sola (UCV y UM) 4/16/2011

  • Nicolas Cardenas

    I feel proud reading what our fellow Venezuelan students are achieving in this prestigious activity. sure hope they keep the good work in the future and be always encouraged by their mentors and parents. thumbs up fellas !!

  • KFC

    Great to hear so many Venezuelans are proud about their accomplishments!

  • Jose Zambrano

    With all my respect to the last two comments (Venezuelan and KFC), I agree with Mr. Arria´s statement regarding to being proud to see our future, our treasure, our most valuable nation´s asset getting such a high rank among other worldwide top universities competing in that UN event.
    On the other hand, I really wish with all my heart that these venezuelan delegation would have been able to offer the adecuate feedback to UN representatives & authorities of the daily struggle and combat that their college mates in Venezuela are giving on thee streets protesting and defending our people human rights which are in that dark hour mentioned by Mr. Arria.

    • Nando Troyani

      Any international showing by a group of nationals is certainly welcome. And as a Venezuelan I smile at these results. But let us not confuse the issues. This is primarily a beauty contest. Unfortunately, this pageantry does not reflect the quality of education of some of the Venezuelan institutions that ranked so highly. Some of them, I am afraid to say, have only a handful of veritable researchers in their ranks, not to mention severe shortcomings in other academic fronts as well.

  • KFC

    I also wanted to take this opportunity since there are many Venezuelans reading the website to ask how we can serve the Spanish-speaking Model UN community better? Any suggestions?

  • Rodolfo Diaz de Tovar

    Like always said:
    It is nothingcompare in the world like Venezuela and his people. Unfortanely we are passing thru the darkness time ever, but very soon our youth will conquer the liberty and the sun will rise again.

    • Angela Echezuria

      When you see how the President of Venezuela starved those University of finance, the personal do every thing to keep a good standard, Los Profecionales y estudiantes de las Universidades Autonomas hacen MILAGROS, para mantener su altura ACADEMICA. El Venezola siempre ha querido ser LIBRE y Educado.

    • Elisa Harting Rodríguez

      Nunca he dudado de la excelencia académica de las Universidades Venezolanas. tube oportunidad de realizar una maestría en México (1970-1974) y los venezolanos a la hora de presentar nuestros trabajos de Grado, nos destacamos.

  • jesus

    I feel so so so so happy with my VENEZOLANOS guys.

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  • jesus furule

    CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE VENEZUELAN PEOPLE FOR THEIR ACHIEVEMENTS, AT LEAST SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF………. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.

  • KFC

    *Moderator’s note: we are allowing comments to be made in Spanish but please let us know if you find any comments to be inappropriate. Thank you.

    Permitimos comentarios en español pero saben por favor si encuentra los comentarios son inapropiados. Gracias.

    • jesus furule

      DEAR KFC:
      I AM SURPRISED YOU DELETED MY COMMENT THAT DID NOT CONTAIN ANY BAD WORDS, ASS WELL AS CARLOS’ REFERING TO THE ONE OF “LUISRC”, WHICH HAS 2 BAD WORDS ON IT.
      3RD LINE AFTER VENEZUELA, WHICH IS THE EQUIVALENT OF THE “F” WORD, THEN THE FIFST LINE THE LAST WORD IS A VERY BAD WORD IN SPANISH SPOKEN IN VENEZUELA.

      • KFC

        Thank you for bringing that to my attention, and my apologies for not catching it (I am not a native Spanish speaker but can read elementary Spanish). I deleted the comment.

  • Lorena C A

    When I read this kind of news I feel even more proud to be Venezuelan. It renews the hope in our future specially at this moment when the government is trying to undermine autonomous universities by a drastic reduction of their budgets. This has forced our students to go out and protest, risking their own lives. The world must know the truth.

    ¡Y que viva la Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, mi alma máter!

  • Melissa

    Hola Luis; aparentemente el moderador del website no habla español (o quizás sí, pero no quiere ser arbitrario) pero ya que hay tantas universidades venezolanas entre los primero lugares y en vista de que habemos un número importante de venezolanos visitando y comentando, ha permitido los comentarios en español, pero nos pide que le indiquemos si los comentarios son inapropiados… crees que puedas celebrar y sentirte orgulloso de la representación de las universidades venezolanas sin necesidad de las groserías y sin dañar el castellano? Es lamentable que los muchachos hagan tan buen papel fuera y que nosotros acá entonces los dejemos tan mal parados con nuestra falta de elocuencia , no te parece?

    Saludos!

    • KFC

      Melissa y Elizabeth, yo quité el comentario original. gracias por traer esto a mi atención.

  • Melissa

    Being venezuelan, I’m specially proud of the venezuelan kids and to see so many venezuelan universities in the top; but it’s great to see those kids from all over the world, to care for the international relations and world diplomacy… it is only necessary since they’re the future leaders of the world, this is a unique experience for them to know, to care and to try to understand “the other”, regardless of how far away geographically speaking, “that other” is from you… I celebrate their effort!

  • Peatones sin Barreras

    Peatones TODOS
    Esto es una gran verdad, los profesionales Venezolanos en el Mundo entero en “SILENCIO”, pero a un sólo “GRITO” lo estan diciendo.
    VIVA nuestros estudiantes, que si son el futuro real del pais, por el legado dejado por muchisisimos profesionales egresados de distinguidas UNIVERSIDADES VENEZOLANA.
    Made in Venezuela.

  • flora serrano

    Flora Serrano

    Felicitaciones Venezuela!!!!Que orgullo que nuestros futuros hombres y mujeres que direccionararn el pais, reciban este reconocimiento mundial, somos grandes y la esperanza sigue en el horizonte, en un futuro cercano para tener el pais que realmente nos merecemos!!!Adelante juventud, en sus manos nuestras fe.

  • ani guillory

    I must say I even teared a bit while reading this… I’m now completely proud of being venezuelan. HOPE is something we must never loose to overcome this dark time our country is passing through. THIS is the future, WE students are the future. We have to fight but not with weapons but with elocuence, RESPECT, intelligence, love and hard work. THIS is how we build a country and that’s exactly what we need: to work hard and feel proud of our nation and our country again. We can not watch it fall into pieces, we have to resist.
    CHEERS to everyone! Congrats to all of you… (:

  • Elizabeth Méndez

    Tu ingles será malo, pero tu español tampoco es tan bueno, pues podrias expresarte sin utilizar esas malas palabras. Se esta hablando de un tema academico y como tal debe tratarse. Piensalo.

    • Alejandra

      Porfa !! entiéndanlo !! es producto de la emoción !!
      Estamos orgullosos de nuestra JUVENTUD !!!

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  • Ferdinand Rodríguez.

    Beatifull, muchas gracias, Danken sehr, thanks venezuela

  • Rafael Stroobants

    As a Belgian living for over twenty years in Venezuela – and father of a MUN-crazy daughter (Hola Nathalie) – I can only be proud of both my beloved countries and their students. Gelukwensen, Félicitations, and Felicitaciones to all you youngsters. May the force be with you ! And please don´t forget your idealism later on…

  • Aurora

    Guao! la verdad es que es muy emocinante ver que nuestras universidades ocupan tanto lugares en esta lista. Pese a todo, siempre estaré orgullosa y agradecida de haber nacido en esta tierra tan noble. Ojala, que algún día le demos el valor que se merece y tengamos sentido de pertenecia. Porque Venezuela nos pertenece.

    Gracias por este reconociento!

  • Alonso

    Peruvian Universities No. 10!! So proud!

    • Gloria Elena Gurmendi

      I’m so proud about you and your incredible work Alonso. Go on!!

  • Gonzalo Puertas

    Peruvian Universities is actually a Peruvian association called AENU Peru (http://www.aenuperu.org/).

  • Ronald

    Way to go Peruvian Universities!

  • Damelys

    Orgullosa de ser venezolana y de haber egresado de la Universidad de Carabobo… Arriba Venezuela

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  • DiegoH

    Gratz to all teams on this list!!! I feel very proud to find my delegation Peruvian Universities included and will work really hard to see it rise even higher. See ya in February

  • Belkis Insausti

    I’m so proud of Venezuelan’s students. They are the champions!!!

  • jesus furule

    DEAR KFC :
    I AM LOOKING FOR THE RIGHT PERSON WHO CAN GIVE YOU MANY SUGGESTIONS ON HOW YOU CAN SERVE THE SPANISH-SPEAKING UN MODEL COMMUNITY BETTER.
    HE IS BRILLIANT FELLOW HO HAD MANY PROJECTS IN THE PAST TO CREATE A MODEL UNIVERSITY FOR LATIN AMERICAN.
    I ALREADY CONTACTED HER SISTER TO SEE IN WHICH VENEZUELAN UNIVERSITY IS WORKING AT. I WILL LET YOU KNOW AS SOON AS I FIND OUT.

  • Gustavo Perez

    Well done guys, clearly Venezuelan next generation has a very strong commitment to international recognition and the potential to overcome their own difficulties.

    Worth to mention that all of these delegations are not supported by the Venezuelan government, and actually represent the key to change Venezuela back to one of the best places to leave on earth, (Healthcare, education, safety and economic opportunity for all of you willing to work hard!)

    Mr. Chavez please don’t kick this talented generation out of Venezuela (to developed countries) by not offering them competitive opportunities to stay!!!

    Proud Venezuelan and Universidad Metropolitana Alumni

  • Germán Gonzalo

    Quede deseoso de saber de que se trata el reconocimiento concedido a las Universidades. Tiene relación con la calidad académica, méritos de los profesores o logros de los estudiantes. De no serlo así por favor esclarecer

  • Germán Gonzalo

    Al terminar de leer la noticia quede deseoso de saber de que se trata el reconocimiento concedido a las Universidades. Tiene relación con la calidad académica, méritos de los profesores o logros de los estudiantes? De no serlo así, por favor esclarecer que fue lo que quedo premiado.

  • LULU CARDENAS

    Surely very different than winning the miss universe! ;)

  • Karla Monagas

    As a participant myself of Models of United Nations I don’t think I could feel more committed to the work we are doing in our country or worldwide to recover the sense of proud that we ALL must have about being Venezuelans, yes the government is less than supportive about what we do or what we stand for, but as long as we have the support of so many people to whom we have given the hope of a better future we will have enough to keep going.

    Thank you for your comments and the hope you’ve put on us.

  • http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ramon-Muchacho/144834455541025?ref=ts Ramón Muchacho

    As a Venezuelan, I’m extremely proud of our students and faculty, not only for their accomplishments around the world, but for their inspirational struggle for freedom and democracy in Venezuela. This is the generation that is about to bring much-needed Change to our country. I’ll share this link with my friends and will try to make this info available to as much Venezuelans as possible.

    Como Venezolano me siento orgulloso de nuestros estudiantes y profesores, no sólo por sus éxitos internacionales, sino también por su lucha por la democracia y la libertad en Venezuela. Esta es la generación que traerá el Cambio a nuestro país. Voy a compartir este enlace con mis amigos y trataré de hacer llegar esta información a tantos compatriotas como pueda. Saludos!

    • Kenny García

      Bueno, bueno, bueno….excelente que la juventud venezolana demuestre en el exterior lo avanzado, democrático, competitivo y excelente que es el Sistema Educativo en Venezuela, de esa forma la comunidad internacional se da cuenta en verdad de la falsa campaña de estudiantes de derecha que pretenden hacer ver que en Venezuela hay una “dictadura” castrocomunista. En Venezuela hay tanta libertad y apoyo del Gobierno Bolivariano de Hugo Chávez a los estudiantes y jóvenes que obtenemos los primeros galadornes a nivel internacional, si es lo contrario, por favor que alguien lo explique porque sería ilógico…no creen?

      • María Teresa

        La verdad es, que creo que no vives en Venezuela. Estas Universidades son todas privadas menos Simon Bolivar y UCV, el gobierno de tu presidente les tiene, prácticamente afixia a las Universidades con el presupuesto? El día que gane un premio cualquier universidad del gobierno, hablamos. Que vivan nuestras universidades y a Ch no lo metas ahí!

      • jesus furule

        MARIA TERESA TIENE TODA LA RAZON, TU DEBES SER UNOS DE AGENTES EXTRANJERO QUE SE LES PAGA DEL ERARIO NACIONAL PARA HACERLE PROPAGANDA AL REGIMEN. NO LE RESTE MERITO AL LOGRO ACADEMICO DE LOS ESTUDIANTES,SEAN DE UNIVERSIDADES PRIVADAS, O DEL GOBIERNO. COMO DICE EL MODERADOR TRATA DE DEJAR LA POLITICA FUERA DE ESTE CONCILIO DE OPINIONES. DE NUEVO FELICITACIONES A TODOS ESOS JOVENES VENEZOLANOS QUE HICIERON POSIBLE ESTE IMPORTANTE GALARDON.

  • Karem

    Felicidades a todos, una generación que demuestra el potencial y capacidad de los venezolanos.

    Orgullosa de ser egresada de la UNIMET.

  • http://www.jeronimo-alayon.com Jerónimo Alayón Gómez

    Congratulations! Venezuelan professors are proud, very proud of the students and their instructors.

    Translation: ¡Felicitaciones! Los catedráticos venezolanos estamos orgullosos, muy orgullosos de estos estudiantes y sus instructores.

  • Rosa Vasquez

    This is the kind of news we need these days. Well done, I feel so proud of all the Venezuelan’s students who have been showing the world we have talent. I am very proud also because I studied on two of this Universities. Congratulations guys!

  • Luis R Machado Silva

    Al leer estas noticias cada vez me siento mas orgulloso de ser venezolano y de la calidad y preparacion de nuestra juventud en esas universidades, lo cual demuestra que a pesar de las dificultades, nunca nos detenemos para poner el alto a nuestra querida Venezuela.
    Saludos,

  • Luis R Machado Silva

    Al leer estas noticias cada vez me siento mas orgulloso de ser venezolano y de la calidad y preparacion de nuestra juventud en esas universidades, lo cual demuestra que a pesar de las dificultades, nunca nos detenemos para poner en alto a nuestra querida Venezuela.
    Saludos,

  • Rosauris Perez Magallanes

    Viva la juventud Venezola… Confio en ella para salir de la crisis que tristemente hoy padece nuestra patria….. Y permìtanme gritar cibernéticamente U U U. C. V.

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  • Monica Martinez

    I am very proud our Autonomic Universties in Venezuela and their students. They offer hope about the idea of a different and better future for our country. I know that many new profesionals have been leaving the country but I hope that one day many will return to make Venezuela a great place to live in peace, calm and prosperity. Congraulations to the professors too. Vivan the UNIMET, UCAB, USB, UCV, UC!!

  • Gherlin

    As a Venezuelan, I feel very proud of all the university delegations that represented our country and the great accomplishment they achieved. You‘re an inspiration and hopefully you will be the generation of leaders that will be able to make a difference in our country, leading by example and demonstrating that anything is achievable if you have a clear goal, a plan to guide you through, work hard and believe in yourselves. Congratulations!!

  • Milagros Mago

    More than proud of all venezuelans delegations. Well done guys!!!

  • W. José Castillo

    Esto demuestra una vez mas de lo que somos capaces los venezolanos y lo que esta generacion de relevo puede hacer por nuestro pais. Felicidades a todos y que sigan cosechando exitos.
    This proves once again what we are capable of Venezuelans and relief that this generation can do for our country. Congratulations to all and continued success.

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  • mercedes balbas rivas

    We need good news, and this give me faith and hope in our near future, changing what need to be change. Congratulation to all venezuelan people.

  • Alfredo R. Velasco

    After living overseas for few years, it is easy to appreciate the excellent academic preparation of the venezuelan universities comparing with peers and people from over the world. Our universities must improve more and more and be more competitive. I am very proud.

  • AC

    Que orgullo saber que nuestras Universidades son de gran importancia a nivel mundial!!! Arriba Venezuelaa…. Super Orgullosa de mi pais y de ser una profesional egresada de la Universidad de Carabobo….

  • Juan J. Ledezma

    Venezuela ROOOCKS!!!! Im so proud of all of you!! Como Venezuela definitivamente no hay..

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  • Belkis Arenas

    Bravo por nuestros jóvenes! En las crisis crecen las sociedades y no queda duda que aunque a nuestros chamos les ha tocado vivir tiempos fuertes, la esperanza y la fé se mantienen intactas. Esto es una gran muestra, yo veo un gran futuro en mi país!!!

  • http://Venezuela YRAIDA GAGO

    QUE ORGULLOSAS DE SER VENEZOLANA Y DE TENER TREMENDAS UNIVERSIDADES EN MI PAIS, MIS TRES ADORADOS HIJOS PERTENECEN A LA METROPOLITANA, TREMENDA UNIVERSIDAD, PIDO A DIOS TODO SE ARREGLE EN NUESTRO PAIS, PARA SEGUIR DANDOLE BUENOS PROFESIONALES A ESTA HERMOSA PATRIA. ADELANTE JUVENTUD, VENEZUELA LOS NECESITA PARA SACAR ADELANTE ESTE HERMOSO PAIS DIOS BENDIGA NUESTRA PATRIA.

  • Laurel del Campo

    Lamento hacer este comentario ajeno al tema de excelencia académica pero, amigo Keny, ninguna de las Universidades señaladas nacieron en estos 12 años; Fueron creadas en la “podrida” 4a. República, que fue tan “mala” tan “mala” que de allí salieron los Elías Jauas, los Hector Navarros, los Giordanis, los Roy Chaderton, Adán Chávez, y todos los que ahora disfrutan del poder.
    Y una cosita más, tan “mala fue esa 4a. República, que reconoció sin problemas el triunfo del Presidente en 1998.

  • http://twitter.com/markdito MArkdito

    and none of you has said (even you KFC) that UCV won the OUTSTANDING DELEGATION @ NMUN at least not in this ranking so i think you should put the ucv on an upper position… and i will do my best to represent the UCV and venezuela in the 2012 NMUN!

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  • Constanze Litt

    Wow, I am very astonished by the fact that we (UNSA Maasticht, NL) have so many very talented teams around us. Even more I am happy to say, that our Permanent Delegation Programme is currently being expanded and even though we had only one delegate in WorldMUN this year, we will definitly be expanding in the next terms. Adding yet another competitive team, after all, we are training our delegates increasingly professional, wining awards and surely speeding up. Nevertheless, congratulations to Belgium, UNL and our Utrecht friends!

  • Nicolai Linder

    Despite of the overall achievement by the Venezuelan students, none of them are from any of the 400 Best Universities of the world (http://www.usnews.com/education/worlds-best-universities-rankings/top-400-universities-in-the-world); nor, from any of the ten best universities of Latin America (http://www.usnews.com/education/worlds-best-universities-rankings/best-universities-in-latin-america).
    It sure is hard to think, what would have the overall result, if any of the participating students, could have started their scholastic training in any of the 400 universities indicated before or at any of the latin americans as: 221-Univ. Autónoma de México, 326-Universidad de Buenos Aires, 332-Pontífica Universidad Católica de Chile, 367-Universidad de Chile, 381-Universidad de Rioja (Brasil) o 387-Tecnológico de Monterrey (México).
    None of the best ten universities of Latin America (www.usnews.com/education/worlds-best-universities-rankings/best-universities-in-latin-america) were represented, now the proper question at this time is: Why..?, if Venezuela students had shown talent.
    Could you only imagine? If any of these kids could have the opportunity to do their under graduate and graduate work in any of these outstanding universities, where all political inclinations are out of the universities boundaries and are self supported without the help of any government.
    I could assure, Venezuela could have being today the best ever,,!

    Nicolai Linder
    e-mail: niclinder@nullgmail.com

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=708200441 Janitmar Medina Quintero

    I`m very proud of the Venezuelan representation… That´s makes the difference and now people can see us like we really are, and not only like a dolls factory!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/oabr44 Oswaldo Andrés Bazán

    Excuse me… but USB has won the Best International Delegation Award 4 times (2003, 2004, 2005 and 2012) while ucab two times (2002, 2008) and Metropolitana once (2011)

  • http://twitter.com/Ann_Abney Ann Abney

    I just came back from LiMUN 2013 where MUN Belgium won Best Large Delegation in addition to several Best, Outstanding and Honorable Mentions for delegates. They seemed to be unstoppable!

  • Luis Peñalver Sampson

    So proud of Venezuelan teams; especially Universidad Simon Bolivar that won Outstanding Large Delegation on this year’s WorldMUN edition in Brussels.
    UCV (my alma mater) and UCAB also did amazingly in WorldMUN this year!

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