You need to go to Harvard if you want to become a Billionaire and these numbers are the proof!
Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs and Michael Dell - We are very well aware of these famous college dropouts who very successful. But the majority of the world's wealthiest people have a bachelor's degree. Also, they tend to have graduated from the most prestigious and privileged universities
Comparing with its peer universities, Harvard stands out as number 1 when it comes to churning out the most Billionaires. The university comes in first place in terms of total combined wealth of the Alumni, which is estimated to be around $205 billion. The school is also claimed to the highest percentage of self-made billionaires and counts 52 billionaires amongst its alumni network.
Be it politics, technology, cinema or any other field for that matter; you can always see Harvard alumni acing the race. Michael Crichton, the author behind "Jurassic Park", Wilbur Ross, who is Donald Trump's pick for Commerce Secretary; a couple of tech giants in Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates (both of whom dropped out); Warren Buffet's right-hand man, Charles Munger; hedge fund legends John Paulson and Ray Dalio; Kraft Chairman and CEO (and New England Patriots owner) Robert Kraft; and Steven Schwarzman, CEO of the Blackstone Group. One of the most intriguing names on the Harvard Billionaire alumni list is Sebastian Pinera – the current President of Chile.
Based on the power of the alumni network and total combined wealth, it is now a proven fact that you need to go to Harvard to become a Billionaire.