The 10 colleges that have produced the most Forbes 30 Under 30 honorees this year
- On Tuesday, Forbes debuted their annual "30 Under 30" list, honoring a total of 600 young "revolutionaries" (30 each from 20 industries).
- Along with the list, the publication also revealed which universities produced the most under-30 game-changers honored this year.
- Forbes found that Harvard and Stanford - which also ranked as the No. 1 and No. 2 schools on the 2019 Forbes Top Colleges list, respectively - were the top producers of 2019's "30 Under 30" honorees.
- In addition, a Wealth-X study earlier in 2019 revealed that Harvard and Stanford are the two institutions that have the most ultra-high net worth (UHNW) individuals among their alumni. The UHNW graduates from those two schools have a collective net worth of $7.5 trillion.
- Only two public schools were represented: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and University of California, Berkeley.
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On Tuesday, Forbes released its annual 30 Under 30 list, a list which serves to highlight the most influential young game-changers across various industries.Along with the list, Forbes also revealed which universities produced the most 30 Under 30 honorees this year. The publication found that Harvard and Stanford were the top producers of individuals who made the list - and coincidentally, those were also the schools which ranked in the top two spots on the 2019 Forbes Top Colleges list.
In addition, most of the institutions which produced the most 30 Under 30 honorees - aside from University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign - also ranked within the top universities that produce the most ultra-high net worth (UHNW) individuals, according to a Wealth-X study released earlier in 2019. The UHNW alumni from Harvard and Stanford have a combined net worth of roughly $7.5 trillion.Here are the top ten schools that produced the most Forbes 30 Under 30 honorees this year, ranked from least to most.
10. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
9. University of Southern CaliforniaAdvertisement
8. Columbia University
7. Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyAdvertisement
6. Yale University
5. University of California, BerkeleyAdvertisement
4. New York University
3. University of PennsylvaniaAdvertisement
2. Stanford University
1. Harvard UniversityAdvertisement
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