The Top 10 Universities in the USA for Aspiring Billionaires

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Photo Credit: Scott Spitzer Do you want to be a billionaire? That’s a rhetorical question. Of course you do. According to Wealth-X and UBS’ annual study, there are 20 schools in the world which seem to harvest billionaires more so than any others, 16 of which, incidentally, are located in the United States. According to this study, 42 percent of the world’s billionaires earned a bachelor’s degree, 26 percent a master’s degree, 21 percent an MBA, and 11 percent went a PhD from the following schools. Graduates of the number one school, the University of Pennsylvania, include Tesla’s Elon Musk and designer Tory Burch, as well as Steve Cohen, Donald Trump, Charles Butt, Ronald Perelman and Leonard Lauder. Bill Gates, Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer and Brazilian billionaire Jorge Lemann are graduates of second ranked school Harvard, which Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg also went to…though he dropped out before completing his degree. Incidentally, the non-American universities include the University of Mumbai, India, the London School of Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University in Russia and Eth Zurich. Without further ado, it’s time to study up on where you’ll be most likely to become a billionaire. Warning: you will be tested.

1 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
2 HARVARD UNIVERSITY
3 YALE UNIVERSITY
4 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
5 PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
6 CORNELL UNIVERSITY
7 STANFORD UNIVERSITY
8 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
9 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
10 DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

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