If You Want To Be A Billionaire, You Should Go To One Of These 28 Universities

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You know what’s cool? A million dollars. You know what’s even better? A billon. Having that “B” next to your name is a giant middle finger to every other person in the world. You own them. It’s essentially the ultimate trophy for hard work. Of course, a key to that success is getting a good education and applying the things you learned to your work.

Some universities are better at pumping out billionaires than other schools. Forbes decided to put together a list of the top schools who have the most members of the billionaire club.

Here are the results:

1. University of Pennsylvania – 21
2. Harvard University – 14
2. Yale University – 14
4. Stanford University – 13
5. University of Southern California – 11
6. Cornell University – 9
7. Princeton University – 7
8. Columbia University – 6
8. Dartmouth College – 6
8. University of Michigan – 6
11. Duke University – 5
11. Massachusetts Institute of Technology – 5
11. University of California, Los Angeles – 5
14. Michigan State University – 4
14. New York University – 4
14. University of California, Berkeley – 4
17. Amherst College – 3
17. Claremont McKenna College – 3
17. Southern Methodist University – 3
17. University of Arizona – 3
17. University of Arkansas – 3
17. University of California, San Diego – 3
17. University of Denver – 3
17. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign – 3
17. University of Maryland – 3
17. University of Tennessee, Knoxville – 3
17. University of Texas, Austin – 3
17. University of Washington – 3

Absolutely shocking that the ivy league schools lead the way. Would have never guessed that those universities are good at producing rich alumni. Sadly, for Jared, it doesn’t look like DeVry has any billionaires to its name. Maybe he can become the first by selling his body for cash.

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[via Forbes]

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