Established by the Royal Charter in 1964 is Lancaster University, which is a public research university in Lancashire, England. It is one of the 7 universities that has had the privilege to be rated in the top 10 across all national league tables of UK universities. The 360 acre campus was custom-designed integrate social, teaching and residential areas in the most ideal way possible. With the student body strength of over 12,000, the university comprises of nine colleges that provide the highest quality research, training and teaching. Having been regarded as one of the finest colleges in the United Kingdom, Lancaster finds itself consistently placed in all major league tables. It has been ranked among the top 10 by The Guardian, Times and Complete University Guide. As per the QS World University Rankings of the year 2016-17, Lancaster University is rated 129th in the world and The World University Rankings ranked it 137th in the world. It is considered as an elite institution and is sought-after and noticed due to its high levels of graduate employment. With alumni strength of over 13,000 in 183 countries globally, the former students of Lancaster University have lived up to its name through their professional achievers. James May, Alan Milburn, Andy Serkis and Ursula Martinez are some notable celebrities who attended the university. Presenting to you a complete list of famous personalities who were once students of Lancaster University.
James MayJames May
(TV Presenter)

16 January 1963

British

William James MayoWilliam James Mayo
(Physician and Surgeon)

29 June 1861

American

Ralph InesonRalph Ineson
(Actor, Teacher)

Sarah WatersSarah Waters
(Novelist, Writer)

Robert FiskRobert Fisk
(Journalist, Historian, Writer, War correspondent)

12 July 1946

British

Roger Ashton-GriffithsRoger Ashton-Griffiths
(Screenwriter, Actor, Film Director)

Hanif KureishiHanif Kureishi
(Novelist, Screenwriter, Writer)
Matthew FortMatthew Fort
(Journalist)

Lucy BriersLucy Briers
(Actor)

Dean AndrewsDean Andrews
(Actor, Singer)

Joseph DelaneyJoseph Delaney
(Novelist, Author, Writer)
Dean SullivanDean Sullivan
(Actor)

Dave SnowdenDave Snowden
(Researcher, Consultant)
Simon DanczukSimon Danczuk
(Politician)

Alan MilburnAlan Milburn
(Politician)

Ursula MartinezUrsula Martinez
(Actor, Writer)

John C. HullJohn C. Hull
(Author)
Ahdaf SoueifAhdaf Soueif
(Novelist, Author, Writer)

Jon MoultonJon Moulton
(Investor, Venture capitalist)
Ursula Holden-GillUrsula Holden-Gill
(Actor)

Andrew MillerAndrew Miller
(Novelist, Author)

Glen DuncanGlen Duncan
(Writer)

Ben CrystalBen Crystal
(Actor)
Paul MagrsPaul Magrs
(Novelist)

Matt DonovanMatt Donovan
(Poet)
Lawrence BlairLawrence Blair
(Anthropologist, Television producer, Screenwriter)

Maria DamanakiMaria Damanaki
(Chemical engineer, Politician)

Irving HexhamIrving Hexham
(Professor)

Antigoni PapadopoulouAntigoni Papadopoulou
(Politician, Chemist)
Martin J. GoodmanMartin J. Goodman
(Writer)

Helen SouthworthHelen Southworth
(Politician)
Austin TateAustin Tate
(Computer scientist)

Rob HoldenRob Holden
(Accountant)

Nigel G. StocksNigel G. Stocks
(Physicist)

Allan ChapmanAllan Chapman
(Historian, Presenter)
Bill TaylorBill Taylor
(Jazz Pianist)

24 July 1921

American

D. Bruce SewellD. Bruce Sewell
(Businessperson)
D. F. LewisD. F. Lewis
(Writer)

Michael J. BauntonMichael J. Baunton
(Businessperson)