Internationalization describes the process of designing products to meet the needs of users in many countries or to design them so that they can be easily modified to achieve that purpose.
In an economic context, internationalization can mean a company that takes steps to increase its footprint or gain greater market share by expanding into international markets outside of its country of residence. The global institutional trend towards internationalization has helped push the world economy into a state of globalization where the world’s economies have become highly interconnected due to cross-border trade and finance. Therefore, they are greatly influenced by each other’s national activities and economic well-being.
Internationalization in Higher Education Institutions, on the other hand, means exhibiting an understanding that is easily understandable, integratable and open to multiculturalism in the international sense of all processes related to the student, staff and institutional identity of the institutions. Considering many dimensions in higher education institutions, physical, academic and digital processes are bound to standards and are easily understood by everyone.