DEADLINE: September 3, 2017.

Unleash the negotiator in you. Become an ASEM Young Diplomat and meet your Foreign Minister in Myanmar.

Model ASEM is the first-hand introduction to the exciting world of diplomacy, negotiation and international relations. Being a simulation of the ASEM Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (ASEM FMM), at the Model ASEM applicants have the chance to step into the shoes of ASEM Foreign Ministers and along with other students, debate and exchange perspectives on current political and bi-regional issues.

The Model ASEM series organised by ASEF is unique as it takes place in conjunction with official ASEM FMMs and hence provides applicants with a golden opportunity to personally interact with their Foreign Minister and government officials and/or of other ASEM countries.


Opportunity to interact with ASEM Foreign Ministers and Officials
Chance to meet and interact with ASEM Foreign Ministers and Delegation members as well as with representatives of ASEM Diplomatic Missions and International Organisations.

Diplomacy skills-training
The renowned think-tank partners and experienced alumni will train selected applicants to master the skills of public speaking, negotiation, team-work, problem solving, policy, advocacy and consensus-building.

Contribute to the ASEM Process
The outcomes of the 8th Model ASEM will contribute to the ASEM process and highlight the important role applicants played in participating in the political dialogue between Asia and Europe.


  • When? 15 – 20 November 2017
  • Where? Yangon & Naypyidaw, Myanmar
  • Costs? No registration or participation fees for the selected participants. Accommodation, meals and travel subsidy will be provided.


DEADLINE: September 3, 2017.

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