‘If I were 18 again…’

Professor Arnoud De Meyer studied electrical engineering as an undergraduate and then obtained a graduate degree in business administration at the University of Ghent in Belgium, before working as an instrumentation engineer for a few years. He returned to the University of Ghent for a doctorate in management before starting his academic career. He was associated with the renowned business school Insead for 23 years and was the founding dean of its Asia Campus in Singapore. He then headed Cambridge University’s Judge Business School before becoming the fourth president of SMU in 2010. Q Why did you choose to study electrical engineering? A Electrical engineering, because in the early 70s when I started on my university studies, it was the new and exciting field to be in. Also, I loved…

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