Hi Sude A.,
Based on what you're saying, it sounds like internalization of higher education means "assimilation of another group's or individual's characteristics, beliefs, feelings and attitudes" (American Psychological Association). I think you're saying that a country, state, or city is trying to assimilate beliefs, feelings, and attitudes from a higher education system into their society? As for a globalizing world, it sounds like a world that "operates internationally" (Cambridge Dictionary).
Based on all of this, it sounds like you're asking if it's beneficial or not for higher education to be assimilated into an existing school system or place (e.g. country, state, or city), and why it's important for a world that's learning to operate internationally. Is that right?
Also, I want to see how I can best support you with an answer. I want to make sure what I say is useful for you. And believe me, I had my fair share of finals and it can be terrifying and exhausting. It's normal. I'm here for you.