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People are frequently astounded by many things. Some people are astounded by those who dropped out of college and went on to achieve success in life. People such as Bill Gates and Steve Jobs dropped out of college and went on to become millionaires. Others graduate college and achieve success in life. They are the billionaires profiled in the most recent Forbes list. They graduated from various institutions throughout the world. Some have graduated from Harvard University. Others are from Mumbai University and a variety of other educational institutes. Here are the top colleges in the world that create the wealthiest people.
29 billionaires with a total net worth of US$207 billion
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Harvard University is one of the universities with the highest concentration of billionaires. Cambridge, Massachusetts is the location of the university. It has produced 29 billionaires to far. Seventeen of them made their fortunes through banking and investment. Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are Harvard’s newest millionaires. They made their riches using cryptocurrency. A university degree is a stepping stone to a brighter future. Students can either work for someone else or start their own businesses after graduation.
Those who become investors, innovators, or entrepreneurs accumulate wealth over time. They have finally made it onto the list of the world’s top billionaires. College success necessitates work and assistance from a variety of sources. Returning to the Harvard narrative, Steve Ballmer, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, is one of the other Harvard billionaires. He is worth $68.7 billion USD. Jorge Paulo is valued US$16.9 billion in the food and beverage industry.
11 billionaires with a total net worth of US$40.9 billion
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Columbia University is one of the universities that produces the most millionaires. Warren Buffet is the university’s most famous billionaire. He shown entrepreneurial abilities from boyhood. He originally attended the University of Pennsylvania before moving on to Columbia University Business School. Buffett Partnership Limited was the name of his first firm. His net wealth is $68.5 billion dollars. Henry Kravis is another important figure. In 1969, he received his MBA degree. He formed Kohlberg, Kravis, and Roberts & Co. LP with two other pals (KKR). Kravis is well-known for his charitable contributions. His net worth is estimated to be $4.4 billion.
University of Mumbai
20 billionaires with a combined net worth of US$162.8 billion
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The University of Mumbai is one of the world’s largest educational institutions. It is also one of India’s oldest universities. It is the only school in the top ten that creates the most millionaires outside of the United States. Sixteen of the twenty billionaires received their fortunes from their parents. Mukesh Ambani, the owner of Reliance Industries, is one of them. He works with gas, oil, telecommunications, and petroleum chemicals. His net wealth is $94.6 billion dollars. Uday Kotak founded Kotak Mahindra Bank from the ground up. In 1985, he founded it as a financial firm, and it expanded to become India’s largest bank. He bought ING Bank’s Indian business in 2014. His net worth is $14.6 billion US dollars.
University of Cambridge
4 billionaires with a net worth of $10.27 billion
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The University of Cambridge is one of the oldest in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1209 and is now a world-class research university. The university has the most total assets, which amount £11.8 billion. It is one of the schools in the UK that produces the most millionaires. It has 111 millionaires all across the world. It has four graduates who have achieved the status of billionaire. Andrew Christopher, often known as Currie, is one of them. INEOS Pharmaceuticals is his company. According to Forbes, his net worth will be $5 billion in 2022.
John Reece is up next. He is INEOS Pharmaceuticals’ financial director. According to Forbes, his net worth is $5 billion. Mark Coombs is another billionaire. He began his career at the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group. He later started other businesses. His major business is Ashmore, an investment management firm. The organization handles assets worth over $90 billion. His net worth is estimated to be $1.7 billion.
Several colleges across the world have alumni who have become billionaires. Some students finished their degree programs, while others did not. Those who did not finish their degrees include millionaires such as Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. Those who finished include billionaires such as Cambridge University’s Andrew Cristopher. Warren Buffet attended Colombia University. Harvard University educated Steve Ballmer and Jorge Paulo. Mukesh Ambani and Uday Kotak are two wealthy alumni of the University of Mumbai.