Jamie Beaton founded Crimson Education in 2013 after applying to 25 of the world’s best universities and being accepted to all of them.
Born in New Zealand, Jamie attended King’s College Auckland for his secondary education and, in 2013, after being accepted into to Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, Cambridge and more, he attended Harvard and began his undergraduate degree.
In 2016 Jamie graduated from Harvard Magna Cum Laude (majoring in Applied Mathematics-Economics with a minor in Global Health and Health Politics), completing his four-year degree in three. At 19, he was hired by Tiger Management as their youngest ever Data Analyst, where he worked under the supervision of Julian Robertson.
At 20, Jamie was accepted to Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, where he completed his MBA in Education Technology in 2019 and became the youngest ever recipient of the program’s highly regarded Arjay Miller Award (top 10% of the class). Simultaneously, Beaton was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to the University of Oxford, where he is now completing a DPhil in Public Policy.