Discover the notable alumni of London School Of Economics (LSE). The list includes people like John F. Kennedy, B. R. Ambedkar, Mick Jagger, George Soros & Pierre Trudeau. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as intellectuals & academics, leaders, business people, miscellaneous and media personalities etc.
John F. KennedyJohn F. Kennedy
29 May 1917, American
35th President of the United States
George SorosGeorge Soros
12 August 1930, Hungarian, American
Investor, Philanthropist

David AttenboroughDavid Attenborough
08 May 1926, British

B. R. AmbedkarB. R. Ambedkar
14 April 1891, Indian
Indian Jurist

Mick JaggerMick Jagger
26 July 1943, British

Monica LewinskyMonica Lewinsky
23 July 1973, American
American Television Personality
Pierre TrudeauPierre Trudeau
18 October 1919, Canadian
15th Prime Minister of Canada

Hamdan bin Mohammed Al MaktoumHamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum
14 November 1982, Emirati
Crown Prince of Dubai

Lee Kuan YewLee Kuan Yew
16 September 1923, Singaporean
Founding Father of Modern Singapore
Kwame NkrumahKwame Nkrumah
21 September 1909, Ghanaian, Romanian
First President of Ghana

David RockefellerDavid Rockefeller
12 June 1915, American
Charles SaatchiCharles Saatchi
09 June 1943, Iraqi

Ramsay MacDonaldRamsay MacDonald
12 October 1866, British
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

K. R. NarayananK. R. Narayanan
27 October 1920, Indian
President of India

Mwai KibakiMwai Kibaki
15 November 1931, Kenyan
Former President of Kenya

Ruth PoratRuth Porat
1957 AD, British
CFO of Google
Juan Manuel SantosJuan Manuel Santos
10 August 1951, Colombian
President of Colombia

Ronald CoaseRonald Coase
29 December 1910, British

Kimba WoodKimba Wood
21 January 1944, American

Oscar Arias SanchezOscar Arias Sanchez
13 September 1940, Costa Rican
President of Costa Rica
Leo RostenLeo Rosten
11 April 1908, American

Robert MundellRobert Mundell
24 October 1932, Canadian
Shloka MehtaShloka Mehta
11 July 1990, Indian
Wife of Akash Ambani

Sir Arthur LewisSir Arthur Lewis
23 January 1915, Saint Lucian

Wissam Al ManaWissam Al Mana
01 January 1975, Qatari
Michael LewisMichael Lewis
15 October 1960, American

Anne ApplebaumAnne Applebaum
25 July 1964, Polish, American
Columnist, Historian, Writer, Non-fiction writer,
Jo CoxJo Cox
22 June 1974, British

Cherie BlairCherie Blair
23 September 1954, British

Anthony GiddensAnthony Giddens
18 January 1938, British
Romano ProdiRomano Prodi
09 August 1939, Italian
Economist, Politician, University teacher

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Paul FeyerabendPaul Feyerabend
13 January 1924, Austrian
Philosopher, University teacher
John Atta MillsJohn Atta Mills
21 July 1944, Ghanaian

Ralf DahrendorfRalf Dahrendorf
01 May 1929, German, British

Hilla LimannHilla Limann
12 December 1934, Ghanaian

Leonid HurwiczLeonid Hurwicz
21 August 1917, Polish, American
Mathematician, Economist
Kamisese MaraKamisese Mara
06 May 1920, Fijian
Merlyn ReesMerlyn Rees
18 December 1920, British

Lewis NamierLewis Namier
27 June 1888, British

Robert McKenzieRobert McKenzie
11 September 1917, Canadian

Leopold KohrLeopold Kohr
05 October 1909, Austrian
Mark HamptonMark Hampton
01 June 1940, American
Interior designer

Donald SoperDonald Soper
31 January 1903, British
Religious leader

Hortense PowdermakerHortense Powdermaker
24 December 1900, American
Cultural anthropologist

Ella WinterElla Winter
1898 AD, British

Richard PankhurstRichard Pankhurst
03 December 1927, British
Kim Sang-ManKim Sang-Man
19 January 1910, South Korean

The highly reputed London School Of Economics needs no introduction. It was earlier affiliated to the ‘University of London’ in early 1900s, but recently the institution became autonomous. As the name suggests, it is a favorite among students who want to pursue degrees in economics and political science. The London School Of Economics has often appeared in the lists of top 10 institutions in the world that offer courses in social sciences. According to a 2015-16 report, more than 10,000 students had enrolled at the institution for undergraduate as well as postgraduate courses. Apart from offering education of exceptional quality, the London School of Economics is also reputed for its notable alumni, most of whom have been immensely successful in their endeavors. Musician Mick Jagger, Hungarian American investor George Soros, former British first lady Cherie Blair and American business honcho David Rockefeller are a few eminent former students of this esteemed institution. Many music lovers were surprised that the legendary Mick Jagger is an alumnus of the London School Of Economics. Jagger, the co-founder of the popular band ‘Rolling Stones’, was felicitated with a knighthood in 2003 for his contribution to music. George Soros is recognized as one of world’s most successful investors and his net worth is estimated to be a whopping $25 Billion. Scroll below to find a list of noteworthy celebrities who were former students of the London School of Economics. Their success stories will tell you what a great institution like London School of Economics can do to one’s career.