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Overview

The Mid-Atlantic European Union Simulation seeks to approximate the actual decision-making process of the European Union.

During the simulation, students find multiple opportunities to refine and enhance specific skills and capabilities: leadership, analytical and critical thinking, public speaking and oral debate, small group cooperation and consensus building – all of which are keys to success in today’s professional world. Moreover, we hope the MEUSC students will garner greater cultural sensitivity, global awareness, and international sophistication, ultimately shaping their academic and professional lives for years to come.

Strive to achieve these goals as you proceed with your negotiations, and enjoy sharing with your colleagues the outstanding benefits of experiential learning. Best of luck during this educational adventure!

EU Simulation 2022

The 2022 MEUS focused on (a) the future of European security and defense and (b) climate change and environmental action. In the weeks preceding the action in Washington, DC, students playing EU commissioners drafted two legislative proposals and issued recommendations to the councils and the European Parliament. During the same period, a student playing the president of the European Council drafted an agenda and circulated the agenda to all participating heads of state and government.