Discover the notable alumni of Imperial College London. The list includes people like Rajiv Gandhi, H. G. Wells, Alexander Fleming, Roger Bannister & Thomas Henry Huxley. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as scientists, engineers, inventors & discoverers, intellectuals & academics and writers etc.
Brian MayBrian May
19 July 1947, British
 
Rajiv GandhiRajiv Gandhi
20 August 1944, Indian
Former Prime Minister of India

H. G. WellsH. G. Wells
21 September 1866, British
Writer

Alexander FlemingAlexander Fleming
06 August 1881, British, Scottish
Biologist, Pharmacologist, Discovered Penicillin

David IrvingDavid Irving
24 March 1938, British
Writer

Roger BannisterRoger Bannister
23 March 1929, British
Former British Athlete Who Ran The First
Thomas Henry HuxleyThomas Henry Huxley
04 May 1825, British
Biologist

Frederick Gowland HopkinsFrederick Gowland Hopkins
20 June 1861, British
English biochemist

Cyrus MistryCyrus Pallonji Mistry
04 July 1968, Irish
Ex Chairman of Tata Group
Derek Harold Richard BartonDerek Barton
08 September 1918, British
Chemist

Geoffrey Wilkinson Geoffrey Wilkinson
14 July 1921, British
Chemist
George Reginald StarrGeorge Reginald Starr
06 April 1904, British
Secret agent during World War II

John WilkinsonJohn Wilkinson
1728 AD, British
Pioneer in cast iron manufacturing

Paul YoungPaul Young
17 January 1956, British
Singer-songwriter, Singer

Aarif RahmanAarif Rahman
26 February 1987, Canadian
Actor, Singer, Songwriter

Layla MoranLayla Moran
12 September 1982, British
Politician.
Charles K. KaoCharles K. Kao
04 November 1933, Chinese, Hong Konger, British, American
Physicist, Engineer, Scientist, Inventor,

Teo Chee HeanTeo Chee Hean
27 December 1954, Singaporean
Politician

Donald DaviesDonald Davies
07 June 1924, British, Welsh
Computer Scientist

Kevin WarwickKevin Warwick
09 February 1954, British
Engineer, Writer, University teacher, Computer
Jessica HsuanJessica Hsuan
18 August 1970, Hong Konger
Actor

Marc GarneauMarc Garneau
23 February 1949, Canadian
Astronaut, Engineer, Politician
Patrick GeddesPatrick Geddes
02 October 1854, Scottish
Biologist

William CrookesWilliam Crookes
17 June 1832, British
Chemist

William Henry PerkinWilliam Henry Perkin
12 March 1838, British
Chemist
John Ambrose FlemingJohn Ambrose Fleming
29 November 1849, British
Engineer

Simon DonaldsonSimon Donaldson
20 August 1957, British
Mathematician
Alan BlumleinAlan Blumlein
29 June 1903, British
Engineer, Audio engineer

Neil TurokNeil Turok
16 November 1958, South African
Physicist, Non-fiction writer

Arthur HolmesArthur Holmes
14 January 1890, British
Geophysicist, Geologist
Julius VogelJulius Vogel
24 February 1835, British
Prime minister of New Zealand

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Martin FleischmannMartin Fleischmann
29 March 1927, British
Chemist
Frederick W. LanchesterFrederick W. Lanchester
23 October 1868, British
Engineer

William Penney, Baron PenneyWilliam Penney, Baron Penney
24 June 1909, British
Mathematician

Julian PetoJulian Peto
British
Statistician

William EcclesWilliam Eccles
23 August 1875, British
Physicist
C. D. DarlingtonC. D. Darlington
19 December 1903, British
Biologist
Kenneth V. ThimannKenneth V. Thimann
05 August 1904, British, American
Author

Franz SondheimerFranz Sondheimer
17 May 1926, German, British
Professor

William PollackWilliam Pollack
26 February 1926, British, American
Immunologist

Elena AmbrosiadouElena Ambrosiadou
British
CEO of Ikos Asset Management Ltd.
The Imperial College London belongs to the league of the world’s most popular educational institutions. The college was an initiative of the British royal family and its foundation stone was laid by the late monarch Queen Victoria, back in 1887. In the ‘Times Higher Education World University Rankings’ list published in 2017, Imperial College London was ranked 8th. The staff employed at the Imperial College London has consisted of several Nobel laureates and Fellows of the Royal Society. Renowned scientist Alexander Fleming, writer H.G Wells, musician Brian May and former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi are a few notable personalities who belong to Imperial College’s alumni association. Alexander Fleming is a biologist who invented the ‘Penicillin’ vaccine, which helps in keeping infections at bay. This path-breaking discovery didn’t bring laurels to just Fleming alone, but Imperial College London as well. Rajiv Gandhi, former Indian Prime Minister, was praised not just by his own countrymen but even other nations for his great governance. H.G Wells is a prolific English writer, who has penned numerous works of science fiction, such as ‘The War Of The Worlds’, ‘The Time Machine’ and ‘The Invisible Man’. He has also been felicitated with the prestigious ‘Nobel Prize For literature’ four times. Apart from academics the university is also popular for its notable alumni. The names of a few eminent personalities who have graduated from this university, will take you by surprise. Maybe it’s true that studying at Imperial College London enhances one’s personality greatly.