Last year, Peter Thiel, cofounder of PayPal, gave students money to leave college and start businesses.
This year, he’s teaching a course at Stanford University.
The course, “Computer Science 183: Startup,” is targeted to students with an entrepreneurial mindset.
Thiel, lest it seem like he has softened his anti-college stance, said this about his course: “If I do my job right, [it] is the last class you’ll ever have to take.”
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