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The study explores the internationalization of higher education from the bibliometrics of data collected in the Web of Science (WoS). The survey conducted on July 20, 2021, with the term “internationalization of higher education” in the document title, the research analyzes 430 texts, from 1945 to 2021. Considering Zupic & Cater (2014), it analyzed citation, co-citation, bibliographic coupling, co-authorship and co-occurrence of keywords, in addition to the 10 most cited texts and the most current ones. Van Damme (2001), Guo & Chase (2011), Seeber et al. (2016), Bennell & Pearce (2003), Byun & Kim (2011), Teichler (2004), are most referenced among the selected texts. From the keywords, it is observed the presence of: mobility, globalization, knowledge, culture, curriculum. It is highlighted references to Teichler (2004, 2009), Svenja Bendelier, Hans de Wit, Vidya Rajiv Yeravdekar, Shibao Guo. From the co-citation network, Knight (2003, 2004, 2008), Altbach (2004, 2007), De Wit (1995, 2002), Horta (2009), Teichler (2004) and Hudzik (2011) are the most cited. From the articles of 2021, we observe issues such as inequality, racism, coloniality, as important research agendas.
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