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This paper outlines the current situation of Information Systems (IS) programs within the State of Victoria, Australia. It reports on how Victorian Universities are addressing the challenges associated with reducing local and international student demand, and hence enrolments, at a time when IS in particular and ICT in general are seen by the business sector as necessary components contributing to organisational success. Transcripts of interviews with 14 academicians at nine universitiesdoi:10.3127/ajis.v14i1.19 fatcat:2q4f35w6xvh4tc3dhg244sxera