TEXAS - Three Texas universities have made a global list of schools that have produced the most CEOs.
The Times Higher Education Alma Mater Index: Global Executives 2013 ranks schools from around the world based on the number of Fortune Global 500 CEOs among their alumni.
Texas A&M University in College Station is the highest-ranked U.S. public university and takes the No. 34 spot on the list. It produced three Fortune Global 500 CEOs, whose companies have combined revenue of $237.8 billion.
Southern Methodist University in the Dallas area is the top Texas school on the list, ranking No. 22. It has awarded five degrees to four Fortune Global 500 CEOs. Those CEOs’ companies have combined revenue of $575.3 billion.
University of Houston came in at No. 98. It has produced two CEOs of companies on the most recent Fortune Global 500 list. Those two companies have combined revenue of $63.4 billion.
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