From Foundation UCJC we collaborate with University Camilo José Cela in the promotion of an all-round education geared towards tackling the needs of 21st century society. These include the development of transversal skills through the creation of interactive and student-centred teaching and learning contexts.

Our goal is to support the role of education beyond the evolution of knowledge and cognitive skills to build values, socio-emotional skills and attitudes among students, which can facilitate international cooperation and promote social transformation.

“One of the most difficult things is not to change society,
but to change ourselves”

Nelson Mandela

“We represented the Sfera project, with a Spherical pattern, since it symbolizes a uniform and homogeneous set in which any radius of action is equidistant from its Centre. At the same time, it represents light as the sphere of the Sun and moon illuminate day and night respectively “.


To be launched in the 2020-2021 academic year

SFERA Experience is the UCJC Foundation’s online platform to promote socio-educational innovation at Camilo José Cela University. Its mission is to provide students with a unique international experience, through which they can collaborate in interdisciplinary teams in solving social challenges that contribute to the promotion of the Sustainable Development Goals.

The platform will bring together universities from all over Latin America that will compete in solving these challenges through the development of social entrepreneurship proposals through a participatory action-research approach.


Knowledge Volunteering puts the know-how and experience of the UCJC Community at the service of society, seeking the development of experiences for personal and social transformation. To this end, the UCJC Foundation, in collaboration with various types of organisations, has developed multiple lines of action both locally and internationally, through which UCJC staff and students have the possibility of collaborating in solving the needs of our glocal environment from the putting into action of our own knowledge of their disciplines.

In order for our international volunteers to develop the necessary skills to face the reality that they will live in these new environments, UCJC professors who are experts in the areas of nursing, psychology and sports sciences have created a Volunteer Training


Model United Nations (MUN) are projects led by students in universities and colleges around the world that seek to foster a critical spirit and the acquisition of principles, values and mechanisms for the peaceful resolution of conflicts, through different debate and negotiation techniques and skills.

MIMUN is the initiative led by students and professors of Camilo José Cela University and coordinated by the UCJC Foundation. MIMUN features the participation of Spanish and international universities in debate and negotiations simulating the representatives of the member countries in the various bodies of the UN system. Students are asked to put themselves in the shoes of the delegates of the country that they represent, and they must find solutions to specific problems on the international agenda.

The participants define MIMUN as a space dedicated to tolerance, empathy and diversity. “An opportunity to grow and show that we, young people, are capable of solving the world’s problems”


This project reflects the Foundation’s commitment to diversity and aims to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities.

The syllabus fosters an all-round education focussed on the individual and includes subjects such as: self-knowledge, functional work skills, 360º communication, ICT, basic English at work, entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship or active search for professional opportunities.

The course also includes typical university activities. Some of the most outstanding activities in which students will be able to participate are: La Colmena, Live your University, Clubs and Sports Activities among others.

Programme co-financed by the European Social Fund and the Once Foundation.