School of Information Management

School of Information Management

The School of Information Management (SIM), part of Victoria Business School, offers an interdisciplinary approach to managing technology, information, and people.

The collection, analysis, and management of relevant and accurate information is crucial to the success of businesses and organisations. A qualification from the School of Information Management will put you on the proven path of students who have gone on to further study with our Honours, Masters, and PhD programmes, or established successful careers in ICT consultancy, information and knowledge management, e-commerce, and academia.


May16Interested in tutoring for the School of Information Management?
Date: 16 May 2016
Time: 5.00 pm
See further details about tutoring positions at SIM, applications close Monday 16 May. Read more

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15 April 2016 Info Systems student featured online as a 'Future Leader'
Carlo Lim, a Bachelor of Commerce student majoring in Accounting and Information Systems at Victoria Business School, has featured in a recent online column profiling 'Future Leaders'. Read more
22 January 2016 Start-up links students and employers
A smart idea to connect job-seeking students with their ideal employers has led to a Victoria Business School student establishing and running a start-up company. Read more

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Profile of Benoit Aubert, Head of the School of Information Management

Head of School

Professor Benoit Aubert welcomes you to the School of Information Management.

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Australian government grant for VBS lecturer

Dr Mary Tate awarded prestigious study grant

Congratulations to Dr Mary Tate, who has won a grant to research the impact of technology on the way organisations interact with their customers or stakeholders.

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New Master's degree in Business Analysis

SIM is offering a new Master's degree to prepare students for a career as Business Analysts. It is a full-time programme designed to be completed over 12 months.

This degree is open to graduates from disciplines unrelated to Information Systems who want to become Business Analysts.

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Career View for IS

Check out the latest Career View for Information Systems, which has employment information for prospective and current students, and graduates.

Our graduates have a varied and exciting choice of fields to work in, as the graduate profiles in this edition demonstrate.

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