Many millionaires did not study in universities, but this did not stop them from creating companies and earning millions and billions of dollars.
One of the highest paid athletes in the world, Tiger Woods, turned down his studies at Stanford University because he wanted to become a professional golfer. Today his income is over $ 100 million a year.
Stephanie Joan Angelina Germanotta, known as Lady Gaga, was a student at the Convent School of the Sacred Heart in Manhattan, but left her after a year because she wanted to start a singing career.
Harrison Ford studied philosophy at college in Wisconsin, but he dropped out of his final exams for a few small film roles and worked as a carpenter. Nearly 10 years later, he landed a role in American Graffiti directed by George Lucas, which propelled him to fame.
Famous actor Tom Hanks dropped out because he wanted to perform in the theater.
Mark Zuckerberg, while studying at Harvard, invented the world's most famous social network "Facebook". Facebook became so popular that he gave up his studies and started a company in Palo Alto.
James Cameron was born in Canada, but with his family he moved to California, where he entered the university. But he dropped out, married a waitress and became a truck driver. But after seeing the Star Wars movie, he decided to direct, and we all know his epic movie, Avatar, very well.
Buckminster Fuller is an architect, philosopher and inventor who has been expelled from Harvard University twice. But his creative ideas have paid off in the form of millions of dollars.
Frank Lloyd Wright, the most famous American architect, entered the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1886. year, but dropped it after 1 year of study. After his death, he left more than 500 projects, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York.
If Steve Jobs went to university, the world would probably not see "Macintosh", Ipod, Iphone today. This man founded Apple and Pixar.
Bill Gates is one of the richest people in the world today. The son of a lawyer and educator, he entered Harvard University in the fall of 1973. Just 2 years later, he dropped out of college and founded Microsoft with his childhood friend.