Princeton University has produced 11 billionaires so far. Some of the notable ones are Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his ex-wife Mackenzie Scott.
Like Princeton, Columbia University is also home to 11 billionaire alumni, including hedge fund managers Daniel Loeb and Noam Gottesman.
This prestigious institution has 14 billionaires on its alumni list, including BeiGene CEO John Oyler, and Koch Industries CEO Charles Koch.
This university has produced 15 billionaires, including Star Wars creator George Lucas and Brazilian director Walter Salles.
Cornell University has given 18 billionaires to the world, including Citigroup head Sandy Weil and, David Duffield, founder and CEO of Ridgeline, Inc.
The only Indian university on the list Mumbai University has 20 billionaire alumni, including Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani.
Yale University has produced a total of 21 billionaires. Joe Tsai, the co-founder of Alibaba and owner of Brooklyn Nets is one of them.
One of the most prestigious educational institutions on the planet Stanford has produced 28 billionaires. It's home to founders of companies like Carvana, Nubank, Doordash, Robinhood, and Zillow.
Former US president Donald Trump and Tesla CEO Elon Musk are among the 28 billionaires who have studied at this university.
With 29 billionaires, Harvard University is home to the highest number of billionaire alumni in the world. Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer and Brazilian investment banker Jorge Paulo Lemann are the richest alumni of this institution.
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