Is Andrew Tate's Hustlers University 2.0 Legit?
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Is Andrew Tate's Hustlers University 2.0 Legit?

Jasmyne Jeffery November 14, 2022

The controversial social commentator appears to have set up his own online university. As well as that, Andrew Tate is launching an educational membership to another project, The Real World. But what is Hustlers University 2.0 and is it legit?

After being banned from numerous social media platforms earlier this year, Andrew Tate has found another fan to reach out to his audience. The former professional kickboxer is now a full-time internet personality. His controversial opinions sparked outrage and brought him quickly into the public eye. Now, Tate has set up Hustler’s University 2.0 to teach his fans money-making lessons.

What is Andrew Tate’s University?

Hustlers University 2.0 is an online ‘university’ where ‘students’ pay $49.99 per month to access the Discord and video lessons. Here, he teaches how to invest in cryptocurrency, set up e-commerce and more. However, the same controversial rhetoric for which he has become well-known is littered throughout his teachings.

Hundreds of thousands are subscribed to the platform, one of whom is supposedly on 13 years old and has already made $10k from Hustlers University 2.0. When speaking on the legitimacy of this claim, Tate says that users don’t have to be smart.

“What things we teach aren’t about being smart. It’s copy and paste. Do you have 4 hours a day to copy and paste? Because if so you are guaranteed to make money?”

Buzzfeed News reports that much of the H.U 2.0 viral videos this summer were actually due to an assignment on one of their courses. Students enrolled in the ‘Affiliate Marketing’ course were told to market the university. For every new user that signed up through their affiliate links, students were promised a 50% cut on their first month’s subscription.

As a result, the H.U hashtag on TikTok had over a billion views, with the Andrew Tate hashtag at over 10 billion by August.

Is Hustlers University 2.0 Legit?

In the way that you are paying for a service and receiving that service, then yes, Hustlers University — now 3.0, is legitimate. If you are expecting a recognised qualification then not so much.

In the introductory video, Tate says that they have “18 professors” that he has “verified personally.” The website also says that it provides “everything you need to get rich and it all starts today.”

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“This is a community where you will have access to stock analysis, options plays, crypto analysis, Defi, E-commerce, Copywriting, Freelancing, Flipping, Real Estate, Financial Planning, Business management and more.”

Hustlers University 2.0 is definitely more of a membership program rather than an actual university course. So if you’re thinking of signing up, it’s time to put away your cap and gown.

What About The Real World?

In the mould of Hustlers University, The Real World is another online platform that Tate is launching today. Instead of solely about making money, this platform will be Tate teaching his followers how to navigate life.

The website consistently references The Matrix, with its opening on “Wake Up, Neo…” But it doesn’t stop there. Tate refers to the system as ‘The Matrix’ and puts himself as the Morpheus of this endeavour.

“THE REAL WORLD is a community, a membership, an educational platform, it’s a way out.”

If you want some insight into what Tate has to say after everywhere has banned him, then it will cost you $149 per month. There was a limited-time offer where those who were interested could buy a “golden ticket.” Costing $19, the golden ticket gave a discounted membership of $49 per month.

However, that offer was only whilst tickets lasted and are still the same amount as paying for Hustlers University 2.0. From the university alone, it’s expected that Tate is making around $10 million a month before any deductions. It’s not known how many will sign up for The Real World. But whilst teaching others about making money, Tate is raking it in himself.

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Jasmyne Jeffery is a full-time Entertainment and News Writer on university-themed website Freshered and HITC, and joined the company having previously worked in a freelance role. She attended the University of South Wales where she was also a student blogger and graduated in 2022 with a first-class honours degree in English and Creative Writing. Now, she puts her creativity to use reviewing university bars, Love Island episodes and the latest apps any 18-25-year-old is using.