The United Nations University (UNU) is a global think tank and postgraduate teaching organization headquartered in Japan. The mission of the United Nations University is to contribute, through collaborative research and education, to efforts to resolve the pressing global problems of human survival, development and welfare that are the concern of the United Nations, its Peoples, and Member States. In carrying out this mission, the UN University works with leading universities and research institutes in UN Member States; functioning as a bridge between the international academic community and the United Nations system. Through postgraduate teaching activities, UNU contributes to capacity building, particularly in developing countries. Much information could be accessed at



The UN Information Centre in Accra, Ghana, is among a network of field offices linking DPI Headquarters in New York to Member States. The Centre was transferred to Accra in March 1958 from Monrovia, Liberia, at one time covering all countries in the West African sub-region. Presently, it serves Ghana.



 University of Ghana French Club

The University of Ghana French Club (UGFC) is arguably the most popular departmental association in the Nation’s Premier University. Driven by an insatiable passion for the French Language and Francophone Culture, members of UGFC clearly stand out among other University of Ghana students.

The main aim of UGFC is to serve its members with diverse platforms to practice French and appreciate the French culture. Five paths lead to this aim; they are known in French parlance as “ateliers” which literally translates into the English word for “workshops”. Each atelier aims at exploring the dynamism of popular aspects of French Culture; namely Dance, Music, Drama, Poetry, and Current Affairs. Over the years, UGFC has been able to carve a niche for itself as the top student association in the promotion of French in Ghana; leading it into winning the 2018 Departmental Association of the Year at the University of Ghana SRC Awards.

Proudly, UGFC has pioneered several campaigns to popularise French, the most recent and most successful of which being the ”Ghana in French High School Tour”. The Club’s visits to High Schools across the Greater Accra Region aimed at sensitizing the youth about the benefits of pursuing French to very high levels.

The Club’ slogan, “Le Français, C’est notre affaire!” which literally translates into “French is our Business” signifies its readiness to make the language of love appealing to all, especially in Ghana.

UGFC has partnered with GIMUN to enhance the diplomatic experience of delegates and officials from francophone countries within the sub-region. Through this partnership, language will no longer be a barrier to participation at GIMUN.




The Rome International Careers Festival is a networking and meeting opportunity between brilliant young minds, institutions, companies, NGOs, and international organizations, whose second edition will take place from the 25th to 28th  March 2019 within the beautiful framework of the city of Rome.

Guidance for an International Career – Simulations – Meetings with Industry Experts – Competitions with Thousands of International Students – Opportunities for a Successful Career – Honing Skills and Talent.
These are the key elements of the only event in Italy dedicated to YOUTH, EMPLOYMENT and INTERNATIONALIZATION.

The idea to create such a Festival was conceived by GIOVANI NEL MONDO, a non-profit association founded in Italy with the goal of promoting and favouring the interaction between the talent, ambition and brilliance of the youth and the world of international opportunities.

The Festival is composed of four main projects from which participants can choose the one most suited to their academic background, professional aspirations or general interest.

The four projects are:

ROME MODEL UNITED NATIONS – Diplomatic simulation of the United Nations. Recommended for students of (or those interested in) international relations, diplomacy, political science, law;

ROME BUSINESS GAME – Simulation of business realities involving case study competitions. Recommended for students of (those interested in) economics, business, management, marketing, computer science;

ROME PRESS GAME – Journalism and media (web, tv, radio) simulation. Recommended for students of (or those interested in) communication, media, translation and interpretation, literature, philosophy;

INTERNATIONAL CAREERS COURSE – A guidance course filled with practical workshops for a successful international career. This is recommended for students from any faculty/academic background.

There are a limited number of places for all four projects. In order to participate, you must complete the application form and pass the selection process. Furthermore, the Festival has an area which is entirely open to the public: the International Careers Fair. The Fair is a large exhibition area open to both participants and the public alike. It will be divided into two different sections: the education/university area and the work/internship area. It will the meeting and interaction point between thousands of students, whether they are looking for study/training/internship/work opportunities, and industry experts.

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