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GOMEZ LOPEZ, Pamela. What will happen to the internationalization of higher education and student mobility after COVID-19?. Rev. Digit. Invest. Docencia Univ. [online]. 2020, vol.14, n.2, e1348. ISSN 2223-2516.

Internationalization is a process that is carried out in higher education institutions with different objectives and with its implementation it seeks to integrate an international and intercultural perspective in the functions of universities; This process is made up of various strategies, and among the best known is student mobility. In recent decades, internationalization has become more relevant, however, it is a process that still lacks a comprehensive understanding and is carried out in accordance with the intentions and resources of the institutions. With the arrival of the COVID-19 disease, internationalization and student mobility are facing an uncertain future, faced with the urgency of solving other needs in institutions, which is why other ways of implementing it are being explored.

Keywords : Internationalization of higher education; student mobility; tertiary education; Latin America.

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