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For Universities

Experiential Course on SDGs and Social and Solidarity Entrepreneurship

We offer an Experiential Online Course on the Sustainable Development Goals with a clear objective: increase students' knowledge of global issues addressed in the SDGs The course will be based on real cases that are part of our day-to-day work, such as education, health and the environment. The course will end with a Social Entrepreneurship Project, with the possibility of implementing a real improvement in one of our projects.

International internships

If you are studying a degree that requires an internship, we offer you the opportunity to do your internship with Tumaini by collaborating in one of our projects we work with

We will assign you an internship tutor in your host country and arrange the necessary documentation with your university.

These are some of the universities with which Tumaini currently has agreements: 

  • U. Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid (URJC)
  • University of Alicante
  • UNED

 If your school is not on the list, no problem! Write to us at and we take care of managing it.

Peques project Nepal

Scholarship program

Scholarship programs organized by the university to give a group of students the opportunity to go on a solidarity/volunteer trip. It can be an individual or group trip, according to different areas of study.

Free configuration credits

The Solidarity Trip can also be used to earn credits for elective courses.
* According to Article 64 of the 2010 Student Statute, universities can recognise solidarity activities for the validation of training credits.

End-of-year trip

A different and responsible group trip. A solidarity trip is a pedagogical and awareness-raising experience that makes an impact on the pupils. Children and young people learn about new cultures, develop their curiosity, exchange and critical capacity, open their minds to new perspectives and ways of acting, learn about social and environmental issues and, most importantly, are immersed in the culture of tolerance, volunteering and solidarity. In addition, develop skills such as teamwork, initiative and creativity.

Solidarity trip to Kenya

Service learning programs

From 2019, we are offering vocational training centres and universities service-learning programs linked to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that benefit the NGOs we work with in the South.

In these programs, students organise awareness-raising and fundraising activities for different projects dealing with the SDGs, For example: ending poverty, reducing inequality, caring for the environment, etc. The initiative can include a solidarity trip to the projects for which they have been working, either by the whole class or a small group of students.

One example of this is the The Hunger Free Games, a social entrepreneurship project developed by Vocational Training students from CIFP Ciudad de Zamora (2019 / 2020 academic year).

Over the course of 5 months, the students set up actions to raise awareness and funds by working on five different SDGs: end poverty, zero hunger, health and well-being, quality education and reducing inequality. Through concerts, street markets and solidarity sports activities, they set themselves a challenge: to raise 5,000 euros for five NGOs, located in five different countries. 

Through these so-called service-learning projects, the young people: 

  • Learn and understand the Sustainable Development Goals, both theoretically and practically, through direct contact with NGOs in Peru, Kenya, India, etc.
  • Develop skills for social entrepreneurship and the organization of awareness-raising and fundraising events. They learn initiative, teamwork, communication, resource management, creativity, empathy, etc.
  • Internalise values such as solidarity, companionship and equality.
  • They become aware of the global dimension of some of the issues. 
  • They approach other cultures and meet people and projects working to improve the world. 
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