Do the tech universities produce more funded graduates than the Ivy League universities? Do the founders from Ivy League universities receive more funding than those from the top-tier tech universities?

If you read start-up funding announcements on tech blogs frequently, you may have noticed that these start-up founders have often attended prestigious universities. Founders who have graduated from Ivy League schools in the US, such as Harvard, Yale and Princeton, unsurprisingly raise millions for their start-ups. Of course, top-tier tech schools such as Stanford, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Carnegie Mellon foster a strong technical and entrepreneurial background: attributes which venture capitalists seek when investing in a start-up founder. (Disclosure:…

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