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.

Events

Sep25WorkshopsCommunity-based Archives Masterclass
Date: 25 September 2014
Time: 9.00 am
Venue: Pipitea Campus, Wellington
Presenter: Professor Ann Gilliland, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, University of California. Read more

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News

11 July 2014 Is the internet making us stupid?
People are reading more text than ever, but recalling less of it, a Victoria Business School study on reading behaviour has found. Read more
7 July 2014 Simon Park meets South Korean President
Simon Park, Undergraduate Programme Manager in the School of Information Management had the opportunity to meet South Korean President Geun-Hye Park at a conference in South Korea recently. Read more
27 May 2014 Enterprising concept seeks to eradicate outlawed tradition
A business proposal to make low cost sanitary pads to eradicate the rural Nepal social practice of banishing menstruating women from family life has won the top award in a global business competition. Read more

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Professor Benoit Aubert New Head of School

 

SIM Head of School Benoit Aubert

The School of Information Management is please to announce that Professor in Information Systems Benoit Aubert has taken up the role as Head of School.

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Simon Park Awarded Queen's Service Medal

 

Simon Park Receiving Queen's Service Medal

We are very proud to announce that Simon Park, Undergraduate Programme Manager, has been awarded a Queen's Service Medal for Services to the Korean community and education.

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