The 15 Universities That Produce The Most Billionaires

The 15 Universities That Produce The Most Billionaires
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Ever want to be a billionaire? While there isn’t any set formula for achieving such a feat, it turns out that certain universities are more likely than others to make you a billionaire. Due diligence firm Wealth-X has just published a list of the world’s universities ranked according to the number of alumni they have worth over $1 billion.

This is how they compiled their data:

“Wealth-X Research reviews hundreds of wealth identifiers using more than 1,100 intelligence sources: paid and open source, online and in print. Our highly skilled analysts assess all asset holdings, including privately and publicly held businesses and investible assets; inclusive of real estate, aircraft, yachts, artwork and collectibles.

Using our proprietary valuation model, we complete a total Net Worth valuation. In addition, we calculate Liquid Assets by taking into consideration both positive cash flows; including received salaries, bonuses, dividends and asset sales; as well as negative cash flows; including major gifts, asset purchases, paid taxes and debt. This process is meticulous in order to present the best understanding and analysis of an individual’s wealth.”

15. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

No. of super-rich alumni: 410

Net worth: $70 billion

14. University of California, Berkeley

No. of super-rich alumni: 447

Net worth: $72 billion

13. Northwestern University, Chicago

No. of super-rich alumni: 451

Net worth: $38 billion

12. Boston University

No. of super-rich alumni: 491

Net worth: $38 billion

11. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.

No. of super-rich alumni: 499

Net worth: $31 billion

10. Princeton University, Princeton, N.J.

No. of super-rich alumni: 508

Net worth: $70 billion

9. Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.

No. of super-rich alumni: 528

Net worth: $60 billion

8. Yale University, New Haven, Conn.

No. of super-rich alumni: 568

Net worth: $125 billion

7. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.

No. of super-rich alumni: 581

Net worth: $172 billion

6. University of Chicago

No. of super-rich alumni: 658

Net worth: $144 billion

5. New York University, New York

No. of super-rich alumni: 828

Net worth: $110 billion

4. Columbia University, New York

No. of super-rich alumni: 889

Net worth: $116 billion

3. Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.

No. of super-rich alumni: 1,174

Net worth: $171 billion

2. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

No. of super-rich alumni: 1,502

Net worth: $242 billion

1. Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

No. of super-rich alumni: 2,964

Total net worth: $622 billion

Via The Atlantic 

Paul Hudson | Elite. 

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