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The World's famous Multi Billionaires who reached Sky-high without even a College Degree

Thomas Edison (1847-1931)



Thomas Edison (1847-1931)
Thomas Edison was labeled dumb and scatterbrain by his school teachers but he went on to become one of the world’s greatest inventors and founded General Electric; one of the most powerful companies in the world.

Henry Ford (1863-1947)



Henry Ford (1863-1947)
This automobile billionaire was born in abject poverty. He never saw the four walls of school but he went on to build Ford Motor Company and become one of the richest men that ever lived

Orji Uzor Kalu (1960-Present)



Orji Uzor Kalu (1960-Present)
He is one of the richest men on the soil of Africa. This young billionaire was rusticated from college for his participation in a student’s protest. Instead of lamenting over his predicament; he started trading on palm oil and from that humble beginning, he grew his business into a conglomerate “Slok Group.” Though he was later pardoned by the school authorities, he rejected the amnesty offer thereby refusing to return to school.

Richard Branson (1950-present)



Richard Branson (1950-present)
Best known for his adventurous spirit and outrageous business tactics. He dropped out of school at the age of 16 to start his first successful business venture; Student Magazine, bought his own 79-acre Caribbean island when he was just 24 and he was knighted in 1999. He is the billionaire founder of the Virgin brand and its 360 companies. His companies include the famous Virgin Atlantic Airways.

Lawrence J. Ellison (1944-Present)



Lawrence J. Ellison (1944-Present)
Larry Ellison dropped out of college twice and was told by his adoptive father that he would never amount to anything but he went on to become a billionaire by building Oracle, the world’s second largest software company.

Michael Dell (1965-Present)



Michael Dell (1965-Present)
He dropped out of college at the age of 19 to start PC’s Limited; later renamed Dell Computers Inc. Dell became the most profitable PC manufacturer in the world making Michael Dell a billionaire.

Steve Jobs (1955-2011)



Steve Jobs (1955-2011)
Billionaire co-founder of Apple Inc and Pixar; dropped out of Reed College to start Apple.

Mark Zuckerberg (1984-Present)



Mark Zuckerberg (1984-Present)
The youngest billionaire in the world, dropped out of Harvard to promote his social networking platform; Facebook. As at 2010, he was 23 years and worth $4billion.

Ted Turner (1938-Present)



Ted Turner (1938-Present)
Billionaire drop out media mogul and founder of CNN; pledged a billion dollars to the United Nation.
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