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International Journal of Educational Policy Research and Review
ISSN 2360-7076
Vol.5 (8), pp. 137-143 September, 2018
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Original Research Article

Human development of university students participating in academic mobility program in Tabasco, Mexico

Gladys Hernández*1, Carlos de la Peña1, Lenín Martínez1 and Didora Florencia1

1Academic Division of Economic Administrative Sciences, Autonomous Juarez University of Tabasco,Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico 86040.

*Corresponding Author Email: gladiolita6(at)

Tel: +52 993 246 2441

date Received: May 23, 2018     date Accepted: August 27, 2018     date Published: September 25, 2018


This study is about the importance that internet and its electronic devices have in the decision of the universities to participate in the program of international student mobility. Knowing that these devices are an important part of their lives, the possibility of knowing their measure would be palliative of their concerns when they are in another country or including another continent. to clear this question, two questionnaires were applied in different moments, to 139 students, of a total of 218, all belonging to the degree in economics the results demonstrate their interests in participating and developing their survival capabilities supported by the benefit that holds the management of the technology in their different options, so it is recommended for those who wish to participate to ensure an effective connectivity both for them and for those with whom will be kept in contact.

Key words: Education model, student mobility, human development and technology

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