The increasing development of new technologies, especially information and communication technology and the expansion of globalization, have forced countries in general and universities in particular to move toward internationalization and defined activities and collabo Full Text
The increasing development of new technologies, especially information and communication technology and the expansion of globalization, have forced countries in general and universities in particular to move toward internationalization and defined activities and collaborations in this regard. In order to investigate the consequences of this phenomenon in Iranian universities, a qualitative method study has been conducted using the data theorizing approach of the foundation. The statistical population of the present study is the experts and managers of 18 selected public universities in the country, including Tehran University, Shahid Beheshti University, Tarbiat Modarres University, Kharazmi University, Amir Kabir university, Sharif, Science and Technology university, Allameh Tabatabai university, Khajeh Nasir University, Al-Zahra University, Ferdowsi Mashhad University, Shiraz University, Isfahan University, Tabriz University, Isfahan Industrial university and Zanjan Basic Sciences university and Imam Khomeini Qazvin and Al-Mustafa Society in Qom. "Using purposive sampling method, a total of 82 people were selected as participants in the study. The interview method was collected by general guidance method in a semi-structured manner and MAXQDA software was used to analyze them. To obtain validity and validity of the data, two methods of reviewing participants and reviewing experts in the research were used. The central phenomenon of the present study was internationalization in line with the mission orientation of public universities in the country. Academic and extracurricular have been developed according to causal, contextual, intervening conditions and strategies. He showed that 51 open codes were extracted from the analysis of the interviews and due to the similarities between them, 2 main categories and 6 sub-components were identified. Finally, a paradigm model was presented.