The 20 Universities That Have Produced The Most Billionaires

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The University of Pennsylvania has produced 25 undergraduate alumni billionaires, the most of any school in the world.

More billionaires went to the University of Pennsylvania for their undergraduate degrees than any other college in the world, according to a new report from Wealth-X.

25 current billionaires recieved their bachelor's degrees at Penn, the most of any school on Wealth-X's list. The only other colleges to produce similar numbers were Harvard University - with 22 undergrad alum billionaires - and Yale University - with 20.

American universities dominated the undergraduate alumni billionaires list, representing all but four spots in the top 20, including the first eight positions.Advertisement

Here are the 20 universities with the most billionaire undergraduate alumni and how many alumni they have, via Wealth-X:

1. University of Pennsylvania - 25

2. Harvard University - 22
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3. Yale University - 20

4. University of Southern California - 16 5. Cornell University - 14Advertisement

5. Princeton University - 14

5. Stanford University - 14

8. University of California, Berkeley - 12Advertisement

8. University of Mumbai (India) - 12

10. London School of Economics (United Kingdom) - 11

10. Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia) - 11Advertisement

12. Dartmouth College - 10

12. University of Michigan - 10

12. University of Texas - 10Advertisement

15. Duke University - 9

15. New York University - 9 17. Brown University - 8Advertisement

17. Columbia University - 8

19. Massachusetts Institute of Technology - 7

20. Eth Zurich (Switzerland) - 6Advertisement

Last year's Wealth-X billionaire census looked at universities with the most billionaire alumni of both undergraduate and graduate programs. Harvard topped that list, with 52 billionaire alumni. Penn came in second, with 28.