10 Universities Where Super Rich Kids Go


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Top 10 Universities for Super Rich Kids
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Hey Aluxers, ever wondered where do the world's richest go to study or what are the main universities for the super-rich? If yes, you're in the right place.

We looked around for the top universities where the rich send their offsprings in order for a better shot at success. We found that many of the alumni of the universities mentioned in this video turned out billionaire or at least millionaires, so pay attention, one of these universities might be your key to success!

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Which are the universities where super rich kids go?
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  1. Hey Aluxers, this is probably our last video this year. We’re taking a short break and will be back in 2017 with more and better luxury content. 2016 has been a blast for us, thanks to you guys, the Aluxers! We’ve grown from just a few.. to many and we’re not stopping! We hope you guys have a great holiday season and we’ll see you in 2017!

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    • Dunno where you’re from but from here you get a loan for college that you start paying off once you’re fully emplyed, and its taken straight out of your salary so you ”don’t really notice it”, its also taken out in very small ammounts, although if you choose to pay at such a slow pace it could take 20+ years to pay off the whole loan.

  2. My mom became a multi millionaire with only a high school diploma. I have a honors degree and yet to make my first million dollar. Education clearly doesn’t guarantee you a successful/rich life. Work smart and follow your passion.

    • Pooja Varma which college you were in coz universities have core colleges and adopted ones I was in an adopted and life is hell there but if you are in a core college in South Mumbai you’ll see the the reason why it’s in the list

    • Sandesh Khade hi sandesh if your talking bout st Xavier’s and others … they are good but not to be included in this list.. I hope u agree to it.. considering the fact that 90 percent of the Rich kids don’t prefer studying in India… they prefer studying abroad …

  3. Where merits do not matter if you’re someone from poor family. This is very disturbing and sad for poor parents and their kids.

    • +Asim Warraich Merits matter then why my kid with 4.93 GPA didn’t get a chance in colleges like Stanford. Cause I can’t donate or make $500k a year???

    • “Merits” do matter, but include far more things than a GPA. Schools look for those who stand out from other applicants. This includes things such as unique interests and many extracurriculars and achievements under their belt. Things that also count are interviews, SAT and other standardized test scores, the essay that is submitted, etc. Donations almost always give those who do not excel in the following criteria I just listed a “free pass.”

    • not sure about USA but here in the UK it is pretty much 80% academics and 20% connection. therefore if you are smart enough, being of a poor background or ethnic minority is an advantage as they pride themselves on equal opportunities.