The awarded and prestigious Rhodes Model Regional Co-operation or RhodesMRC returns this year with two separate editions, offering to the world academic community unique simulations of international regional organizations and the amazing experience of Rhodes, a top destination, with the experience of having served more than 1200 students from 22 countries. The 8th RhodesMRC will take place in Rhodes, Greece, October 11-15, 2017, for the university level – open to students and graduates -, and November 09-12, 2017, for the high school level – open to grades 9-12. Students, young scientists of law, political science or international relations and diplomats or just international relations “fans”, gather together in Rhodes every year to simulate the works of the organs and committees of a regional international organization, gaining valuable experience on negotiations…
The website of the RhodesMRC 2017 University Edition website launched today with details on board, committees and many interesting information on how to apply and better prepare for one of the top simulation experiences out there. Visit www.rhodesmrc.org/2017/
We are glad to release the first trailer of RhodesMRC 2017 - University Edition. The one-minute long presentation is titled "This is our home" and through its strong message invites more than 500 participants to actually secure the future of our world through 9 organizations. Please, enjoy! https://youtu.be/--DOgQyAFl8
Welcome to the new website of Rhodes Model Regional Co-operation. The brand new www.RhodesMRC.org will act as a central digital hub to handle all our digital communications and bring you up to date with the latest developements on your favorite academic institution. RhodesMRC.org will be the reference point to all generic information relating to RhodesMRC, its partners, Rhodes while new dedicate pages will be created for each of the conferences, as before, but now targeted to facilitate the best user experience and the participant's proper preparation, without all the "promotional" and "institutional" clutter.