Exploring the internationalization of Zimbabwe’s higher education institutions through a decolonial lens: Postcolonial continuities and disruptions
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Looking through the history of higher education in Zimbabwe, we argue that the concept of internationalization of higher education is not new to Zimbabwe. Understandings, manifestations, and processes of the phenomenon over time are examined to reveal the nuances of the internationalization process in its current mode of occurrence, in an attempt to not only understand it in its colonial and postcolonial manifestation but to situate it within a wider decolonial project. Using a decolonial lens, this article explores various processes of internationalization in Zimbabwe’s higher education institutions (HEIs), viewing them either as continuities or disruptions.