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List of universities by number of billionaire alumni

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Counting all degrees, Harvard University comes in first place in terms of the total number of billionaire alumni. If only bachelor's degrees are counted, the University of Pennsylvania comes in slightly ahead of Harvard, according to a 2014 report.[1] Harvard also ranks first in the number of ultra high net worth alumni with assets greater than $30 million. Harvard's total number of ultra high net worth alumni is more than twice that of the next highest ranking institution, Stanford. Figures have not been adjusted for the relative size of these institutions.

The list is dominated by US universities, which account for all of the global top 10 universities by number of billionaire alumni.[2]

Global top 10 universities by number of billionaire alumni per Wealth-X 2018[2]

Rank University Amount
1 United States Harvard University 188
2 United States Stanford University 74
3 United States University of Pennsylvania 64
4 United States Columbia University 53
5 United States Massachusetts Institute of Technology 38
6 United States Cornell University 35
7 United States Yale University 31
8 United States University of Southern California 29
9 United States University of Chicago 29
10 United States University of Michigan 26

Global top 20 universities by number of ultra high net worth alumni (>$30 million) per Wealth-X 2019[3]

Rank University Amount Combined wealth
1 United States Harvard University 13,650 $4,769 billion
2 United States Stanford University 5,580 $2,899 billion
3 United States University of Pennsylvania 5,575 $1,780 billion
4 United States Columbia University 3,925 $1,501 billion
5 United States New York University 3,380 $712 billion
6 United States Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2,785 $990 billion
7 United Kingdom University of Cambridge 2,760 $390 billion
8 United States Northwestern University 2,725 $389 billion
9 United States University of Southern California 2,645 $548 billion
10 United States University of Chicago 2,405 $707 billion
11 United States Yale University 2,400 $777 billion
12 United States University of California, Berkeley 2,385 $760 billion
13 United Kingdom University of Oxford 2,290 $349 billion
14 United States Cornell University 2,245 $483 billion
15 United States University of Texas at Austin 2,195 $463 billion
16 United States Princeton University 2,180 $1,126 billion
17 United States University of Notre Dame 2,085 $179 billion
18 United States University of Michigan 1,970 $691 billion
19 FranceSingaporeUnited Arab EmiratesUnited States INSEAD 1,965 $356 billion
20 United States University of California, Los Angeles 1,945 $375 billion

Global top 20 universities by number of billionaire undergraduate alumni per Wealth-X 2014[4][5][6][7][8][9]

Rank University Amount
1 United States University of Pennsylvania 25
2 United States Harvard University 22
3 United States Yale University 20
4 United States University of Southern California 16
5 United States Princeton University 14
6 United States Cornell University 14
7 United States Stanford University 14
8 United States University of California, Berkeley 12
9 India University of Mumbai 12
10 United Kingdom London School of Economics and Political Science 11
10 Russia Moscow State University 11
12 United States Dartmouth College 10
12 United States University of Michigan 10
12 United States University of Texas System 10
15 United States Duke University 9
15 United States New York University 9
17 United States Columbia University 8
17 United States Brown University 8
19 United States Massachusetts Institute of Technology 7
20 Switzerland ETH Zurich 6

Global top 11 universities by number of undergraduate billionaire alumni per Forbes 2021[10]

Rank University Amount Total Net Worth
1 United States Harvard University 29 $207 billion
2 United States University of Pennsylvania 28 $284.8 billion
2 United States Stanford University 28 $124.4 billion
4 United States Yale University 21 $140.8 billion
5 India University of Mumbai 20 $162.8 billion
6 United States Cornell University 18 $65.1 billion
7 United States University of Southern California 15 $58.5 billion
8 United States Massachusetts Institute of Technology 14 $104 billion
9 United States Columbia University 11 $40.9 billion
9 United States Princeton University 11 $288.4 billion
9 United States University of California, Berkeley 11 $82.6 billion

US top 12 universities by number of undergraduate alumni per Forbes 400 2021[11]

Rank University Amount
1 United States Harvard University 15
2 United States University of Pennsylvania 14
3 United States Stanford University 12
3 United States Yale University 12
5 United States University of Southern California 10
6 United States Cornell University 9
7 United States Princeton University 8
8 United States Columbia University 7
8 United States University of Michigan 7
10 United States Duke University 6
10 United States University of California, Berkeley 6
10 United States Dartmouth College 6

See also

References

  1. ^ "The 20 Universities That Have Produced The Most Billionaires". Business Insider. Retrieved 2014-09-17.
  2. ^ a b "Wealth-X Billionaire Census 2018" (PDF). Wealth-X. Retrieved 24 December 2019.
  3. ^ "University Ultra High Net Worth Alumni Rankings 2019" (PDF). Wealth-X. Retrieved 24 December 2019.
  4. ^ Parr, Chris (2017-02-09). "Top 20 universities for producing billionaires | Times Higher Education (THE)". Times Higher Education. Retrieved 2017-03-14.
  5. ^ "Top 10 most popular universities for billionaires". Telegraph. Retrieved 2017-03-14.
  6. ^ Cineas, Fabiola (2016-07-25). "Penn Produces the Most Billionaires". Phillymag.com. Retrieved 2017-03-14.
  7. ^ "Universities With Most Billionaire Undergraduate Alumni". Business Insider. 2014-09-17. Retrieved 2017-03-14.
  8. ^ Bobbie Edsor, Business Insider UK (2017-08-25). "The 28 universities that have produced the most European billionaires". Retrieved 2018-04-02.
  9. ^ "Bloomberg Billionaires Index - Prince Hans-Adam II". Bloomberg. 2018-04-03. Retrieved 2018-04-03.
  10. ^ Cai, Kenrick. "These 11 Colleges Have Produced The Most Billionaire Alumni". Forbes. Retrieved 2021-04-30.
  11. ^ Durot, Matt. "More Than One-Fourth Of America's 400 Richest Went To One Of These 12 Colleges". Forbes. Retrieved 2021-10-17.

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