College education is not always an indicator of success. We have listed college drop-outs who later went to become billionaires.

Dhirubhai Ambani

Reliance Group founder and father of two billionaires - Mukesh and Anil Ambani had a dislike for education. The Indian business tycoon founded Reliance Industries in Bombay and was a school dropout who sis not even complete his 10th exam.

Bill Gates

Co-founder of Microsoft Corporation, the world largest software company, billionaire Bill gates had dropped out of Harvard to focus on making Microsoft.

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Steve Jobs

Co-founder of Apple Inc and Pixar, Jobs had dropped out of Reed College to make the brand Apple. Interestingly, he had taken a calligraphy class that later inspired to make a wide range of fonts on the first MACs.

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Ellen DeGeneres

Ellen DeGeneres dropped out of the University of New Orleans after just one semester. but Guess, where she is now.

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Walt Disney

Walt, regarded as the most influential animator, dropped out of high school at 16 and founded Walt Disney.

Giorgio Armani

Billionaire founder of the fashion brand; Giorgio Armani S.P.A., dropped out of medical school at the University of Bologna because he couldn’t stand the sight of blood.

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Mukesh Ambani

Mukesh Ambani is the ninth richest man in the world. He joined his father's business in 1981. he had enrolled himself at Stanford in 1979 but later dropped out to focus on his father's business.

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Gautam Adani

An Indian enterpreneur, Gautam is a sel-made billionaire who is the chairman of the Adani group. He had to drop out of studies as his family was in very poor financial conditions.

Azim Premji

Business tycoon, chairman of Wipro Limited, Azim Premji had just a single term left prior to getting an electrical engineering degree at Stanford University when his father’s sudden death forced him to return to India. He took over the family business in vegetable oils and diversified it and also developed it into one of the largest software companies.