Not surprisingly, Universities in the United State produce the maximum number of billionaires Maximum Number Of Billionaires, according to new survey by Wealth-X, in association with UBS.
The Billionaires census 2014, reveals 16 out of the top 20 schools with the most billionaire undergraduate alumni were located in the US.
University of Pennsylvania came in first with 25 billionaires under its belt, followed by HARVARD UNIVERSITY (22), YALE UNIVERSITY (20), the University of Southern California (16), and Princeton (14).
However, 4 foreign universities made the top 20 list: University of Mumbai, India was ranked 9th, which produced altogether 12 billionaires, beating the London School of Economic and Political Science took the 10th spot with 11 billionaires.
The other two non-US institutions are: Lomonosov Moscow State University in Russia (11th spot with 11 billionaires), and ETH Zürich, Switzerland (20th spot with 6 billionaires).
Another startling fact that came to light from this list is that higher education is not a prerequisite to achieving billionaire status with over as 35% of the 2,325 billionaires in the world missing a tertiary-level degree. Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg being the most prominent of them all.
Among those billionaires who hold a tertiary-level degree, 42% graduated with a bachelor’s degree, 26% have a master’s degree, 21% finished their MBA and 11% attained a PhD.
List of Top 20 universities that produced the maximum billionaires:
Which Universities Produce The Most Billionaires?
|1||UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA||UNITED STATES||25|
|2||HARVARD UNIVERSITY||UNITED STATES||22|
|3||YALE UNIVERSITY||UNITED STATES||20|
|4||UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA||UNITED STATES||16|
|5||PRINCETON UNIVERSITY||UNITED STATES||14|
|6||CORNELL UNIVERSITY||UNITED STATES||14|
|7||STANFORD UNIVERSITY||UNITED STATES||14|
|8||UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY||UNITED STATES||12|
|9||UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI||INDIA||12|
|10||LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE||UNITED KINGDOM||11|
|11||LOMONOSOV MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY||RUSSIA||11|
|12||UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS||UNITED STATES||10|
|13||DARTMOUTH COLLEGE||UNITED STATES||10|
|14||UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN||UNITED STATES||10|
|15||NEW YORK UNIVERSITY||UNITED STATES||9|
|16||DUKE UNIVERSITY||UNITED STATES||9|
|17||COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY||UNITED STATES||8|
|18||BROWN UNIVERSITY||UNITED STATES||8|
|19||MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY||UNITED STATES||7|
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