Many people believe that it is not necessary to have a good education to be successful in life and career. Statistics prove the opposite. Most presidents, kings, politicians and heads of large companies graduated from prestigious world universities and have not even one, but several formations.
Donald Trump ─ Wharton School of Business
Ex-President of the United States, Donald Trump, took a long time to come to office. He was helped in this by a bachelor of science degree in economics from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, which is considered one of the best in the world.
Prince William ─ University of St Andrews
The English prince received a classical education at the University of St Andrews in Scotland, which occupies a leading position in the TOP of the best British universities.
Angela Merkel ─ University of Leipzig
German Chancellor Angela Merkel did not think about a political career in her youth. She graduated from the Physics Department of the Karl Marx University Leipzig.
Emmanuel Macron ─ University of Western Paris Nanterre-la-Défense
French President Emmanuel Macron has several educational degrees. A political career helped him to obtain a diploma from the University of Western Paris Nanterre-la-Défense.
Philip VI ─ Autonomous University of Madrid
The Spanish king graduated from the Autonomous University of Madrid, where he studied law and economics. This is one of the best and most prestigious universities not only in Spain, but in the whole world.
Tarja Halonen ─ University of Helsinki
The first woman president of Finland, who has held a leading position for 12 years, has a law degree from the University of Helsinki, the oldest and largest educational institution in the country that does not leave the TOP-100 leading world ratings.
Margrethe II ─ Sorbonne
Queen of Denmark since 1972, the head of the Danish state of the Glucksburg dynasty, graduated from the Sorbonne, the oldest university in Paris.
Henri ─ University of Geneva
His Royal Highness Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg since 2000, graduated from the University of Geneva with a degree in Political Science. It is one of the oldest universities in Switzerland, popular among royalty, Nobel laureates and politicians.
Carl XVI Gustav ─ Uppsala University
The King of Sweden, who has held office for 46 years, graduated from Uppsala University in a specially designed program for him, which included courses in history, sociology, political science, tax law and economics.
Arif Alvi ─ University of the Pacific
The President of Pakistan graduated from the University of the Pacific, which is one of the oldest private educational institutions in California.