He then transferred to the University of Nebraska where at 19, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
After being rejected by Harvard Business School, Buffett enrolled at Columbia Business School of Columbia University upon learning that Benjamin Graham taught there.
He went on to graduate from Columbia Business School, where he molded his investment philosophy around the concept of value investing that was pioneered by Benjamin Graham.
He attended New York Institute of Finance to focus his economics background and soon after began various business partnerships, including one with Graham.
On a trip to New York City at age ten, he made a point to visit the New York Stock Exchange.
At 11, he bought three shares of Cities Service Preferred for himself, and three for his philanthropic sister Doris Buffett.
He developed an interest in business and investing in his youth, eventually entering the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1947 before transferring and graduating from the University of Nebraska at the age of 19.