world rich people who do not graduate college

Richest man in the world who do not graduate college - mostly rich people have descended from the graduates of the University or those who have graduated from college either S1, S2, and S3. But not a few of the world's richest man who did not even graduate from college bench, but with embroidery and a high spirit and a little luck, these people could eventually be richer than his friends who graduated from college. No doubt, some of them there are rich because of inherited family firms, but not the least is also part of those who work very hard so without graduating from college they could become the richest man in the world.

Well, here are the names of the rich world but also they do not graduate from college, you are also hopefully inspire both dropped out of college without a diploma that we still have plenty of opportunities to achieve success

1. Bill Gates
Microsoft boss has a wealth of about $ 54 billion. Gates was studying at Harvard University, but not finished. "I salute to the graduates (Harvard), who took the path to earn a degree. I included that dropped out of Harvard but the most successful," Gates said.

"I guess that makes me valedictorian of my own class. I did the best of everyone who failed."

2. Larry Ellison
Source of wealth obtained from Oracle's Ellison. His net worth is U.S. $ 28 billion. Ellison did not complete college at the University of Chicago. However, uniquely, he actually was named the Entrepreneur of the Year by the Harvard University School of Business in 1990.

3. Amancio Ortega
Wealth mostly come from Zara / Inditex. Ortega, who may never have had higher education and a degree that success earned wealth worth U.S. $ 25 billion. Interestingly, the business model Ortega became the references many business schools.

4. Christy Walton
Walton collect the coffers fortune worth U.S. $ 24 billion from major retail business, Wal-Mart. He did not have a diploma of higher education. Walton would be the lender for the Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation Foundation among others to assist students from Mexico and South America in order to gain knowledge in the United States universities.

5. Karl Albrecht
Wealth derived from Aldi reached U.S. $ 23.5 billion. Albrecht's success is not based on a degree from college. He had served in World War II for the German army. The success of a business that developed along with his brother learned from experiences in the war and post war.

6. Ingvar Kamprad
Through IKEA, Kamprad successfully gather wealth to $ 23 billion. In fact, he does not bear any degree. Early success starts in the city of Stockholm, Sweden, at the age of 17 years. At that time, he bought lighters cheaply in large quantities. Later he sold it at retail for a profit.

7. Li Ka-shing
From the real estate business and a number of variations of other business, the Hong Kong tycoon has a fortune of U.S. $ 21 billion. Without having a degree, Li Ka-shing businesses tremendous success. In fact, Li Ka-shing, did not finish school in junior high school at age 15. With tenacity selling plastic flowers, he's become the foundation of the family economy.

8. Liliane Bettencourt
His net worth is U.S. $ 20 billion. No-frills college degree behind her name, Bettencourt successfully manage L'Oreal. However, his success did not escape the legacy of his family business. "Why bother to study in college, if you inherited the largest cosmetic companies in the world?" he asked.

9. Lee Shau Kee
Lee Shau Kee real estate tycoon in the business does not need to go to college to become a successful businessman. With a fortune of about U.S. $ 18.5 billion, Lee Shau Kee fact many provide scholarships for some students of colleges and universities around the world through the Lee Shau Kee Foundation. In fact, he was given many honorary degrees.

10. Michele Ferrero
Through its worldwide business chocolate, Ferrero Rocher, the coffers of wealth Michele Ferrero ballooned to U.S. $ 17 billion. Ferrero even without higher education to achieve success in managing the food business that much-loved children's

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