HU Review | Is Andrew Tate Online Course Worth It?


Right off the bat, let’s answer the question: yes, absolutely, emphatically, and without reservation. The entirety of this article is going to be my argument for why Andrew Tate’s Hustlers University is worth it, and it’s going to be entirely based on my experience with it. But, one of the things I’ve learned from this series of courses is that there’s no point to wasting time, either mine or anyone else’s. So, in the interest in not wasting yours, I want to be upfront out of the gate that Hustlers University is worth the time, effort, and money.

Here’s why.

First, a little bit about me. When I first signed up for Hustlers University, I was staring down the barrel of turning 30. I was, like most people in my age bracket, feeling disenfranchised by the state of the economy and the increasingly stagnant wages. I signed up for Hustlers University out of morbid curiosity after a friend recommended it as a way to take control of my financial future. I went in expecting to be disappointed; I’m a skeptic by nature. Here’s what I learned from my time with the program so far. 

Here’s How It Works


For starters, throw away all ideas about classrooms or boring online videos. The entire program is run out of Discord, which puts you in direct communication with the teachers and over 50,000 students. The latter ended up being the most invaluable change to traditional learning models; we could compare notes and chat about the classes in real time at any time we wanted, which we absolutely took advantage of. The instructors have put together a surprisingly organized series of classes, and they’re (usually) always down to answer questions. By moving the whole operation to Discord, Hustlers University focuses on interconnectivity and supporting one another through navigating the challenges of the economy. 

The first thing to do when joining the community is deciding what path you want to learn first. There are more than a few to pick from, but there’s one glaring black sheep among the list that I can’t recommend in good conscience. It’s something of a major debate in the community right now, but the data doesn’t lie: the Crypto/NFT is kind of a nightmare right now due to the fact that the entire market has all but collapsed – see more here. That’s alright, though, because there are more than a few other paths. I started with Investing/Real Estate, and am currently looking to expand my success with Affiliate Marketing. They also have Freelancing/Copywriting and Amazon FBA/E-Commerce as core tracks, and I’m sure I’ll continue on to them in time. They also have personal finance management courses, which I’ve benefited greatly from. 

So, What’s the Catch? 

That was my fist question, too, and there is a pretty big one that can turn people off: it’s all on you. Nobody is going to hold your hand, nobody is going to make or enable excuses for you. The program is big on the idea that you and you alone are responsible for your success or failure. The whole point of Hustlers University is to teach you how to approach different markets and to train you in the skills you need to thrive in them. There’s an iron will you need to take that kind of responsibility, and it requires a willingness to put in a lot of effort and own your life’s direction. No excuses, no whining, just good honest grit and determination. Something that an instructor said to me has really stuck with me. There are only three kinds of entrepreneurs out there: people who have succeeded, people who haven’t succeeded yet, and quitters. The message is pretty clear: the only thing standing between me and my success is my willingness to put in the work. Some people just can’t handle that kind of mentality, and this program isn’t for them. 

This isn’t a fast track to instant riches, and anyone who tells you that this (or any other program) can do that is lying to you. You won’t find yourself rolling in dough mere days after signing up for a miracle class or anything like that. No, is an educational program that will give you the skills you need to succeed, but it won’t succeed on your behalf. Like any good education program, it takes time to learn the concepts and even longer to put them into practice in a way that works for you. Your success will depend on you, and the program will equip you to seize that success, but it requires work and patience. This can get frustrating if you go in with the wrong mindset or expect instant gains. But, if you go in with the right attitude and mindset, you’ll find that the program is more than worth it.