Discover the notable alumni of University Of Birmingham. The list includes people like Tim Curry, Susanne Klatten, Maurice Wilkins, John Stewart Bell & Mo Ibrahim. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as writers, intellectuals & academics, scientists, engineers and media personalities etc.
Tim CurryTim Curry
19 April 1946, British
Susanne KlattenSusanne Klatten
28 April 1962, German

Mo IbrahimMo Ibrahim
03 May 1946, British

Suzy AitchisonSuzy Aitchison
04 June 1960, British

John Stewart BellJohn Stewart Bell
28 June 1928, Northern Irish

Maurice Hugh Frederick WilkinsMaurice Wilkins
15 December 1916, British
Francis William AstonFrancis William Aston
01 September 1877, British
Chemist & Physicist

Kumar Bhattacharyya, Baron BhattacharyyaKumar Bhattacharyya, Baron Bhattacharyya
06 June 1940, British
Life peer

Sir John Robert VaneJohn R. Vane
29 March 1927, British
Michaela CoelMichaela Coel
01 October 1987, Ghanaian, British

Christine McVieChristine McVie
12 July 1943, British
Tamsin GreigTamsin Greig
12 July 1966, British

Victoria WoodVictoria Wood
19 May 1953, British

Chris TarrantChris Tarrant
10 October 1946, British
Television presenter, Radio personality

Simon Le BonSimon Le Bon
27 October 1958
Singer, Songwriter

Ben ShephardBen Shephard
11 December 1974, British
Journalist, Television presenter
Yanis VaroufakisYanis Varoufakis
24 March 1961, Australian, Greek
Economist, Politician, Professor, Non-fiction

Ann WiddecombeAnn Widdecombe
04 October 1947, British

William Lane CraigWilliam Lane Craig
23 August 1949, American
Philosopher, Theologian, University teacher,

Lori SaundersLori Saunders
04 October 1941, American
Jane WymarkJane Wymark
31 October 1952, British

Isaac Hempstead WrightIsaac Hempstead Wright
09 April 1999, British
James ClavellJames Clavell
10 October 1921, Australian

Chris AddisonChris Addison
05 November 1971, British
Actor, Comedian

Sister BlissSister Bliss
30 December 1970, British
Pianist, Disc jockey, Composer, Record producer
Philip KerrPhilip Kerr
22 February 1956, Scottish
Writer, Poet lawyer, Science fiction writer,

Desmond MorrisDesmond Morris
24 January 1928, British
Sarah KaneSarah Kane
03 February 1971, British
Playwright, Writer

Valerie Amos, Baroness AmosValerie Amos, Baroness Amos
13 March 1954, British

Adam OsborneAdam Osborne
06 March 1939, American
Publisher, Computer scientist, Engineer,
Edward BachEdward Bach
24 September 1886, British
Physician, Writer, Homeopath

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Rodolfo Neri VelaRodolfo Neri Vela
19 February 1953, Mexican
engineer, scientist, astronaut
Francis Brett YoungFrancis Brett Young
29 June 1884, British

John VaneJohn Vane
29 March 1927, British

Henry TreeceHenry Treece
22 December 1911, British

Herbert Austin, 1st Baron AustinHerbert Austin, 1st Baron Austin
08 November 1866, British
Automobile Designer
Edward DownesEdward Downes
17 June 1924, British
Arthur PeacockeArthur Peacocke
29 November 1924, British
Theologian and Biochemist

Edwin Ernest SalpeterEdwin Ernest Salpeter
03 December 1924, Austrian, Australian, American

Cyril Stanley SmithCyril Stanley Smith
04 October 1903, British

Alan CottrellAlan Cottrell
17 July 1919, British
Walter AllenWalter Allen
23 February 1911, British
Literary critic

Norman PaintingNorman Painting
23 April 1924, British

Kenneth MurrayKenneth Murray
30 December 1930, British
Molecular biologist

Raymond WilsonRaymond Wilson
23 March 1928, British

The University of Birmingham traces its roots back to 1828, and is a public research university located in Edgbaston, Birmingham. Essentially being a research oriented university, it is a founding member of the Russell Group and Universitas 21, it was also in fact the first English redbrick university to receive its own charter. After having been deemed as the University of the Year in 2014, as per the Times Education Awards, Birmingham was ranked 15th in the United Kingdom and 82nd globally, as per the QS World University Rankings 2016-17. It was also ranked 118th in the world as per the 2017 edition of the U.S News & World Report. With the student body touching nearly 34,000 in number, the University of Birmingham is the fourth largest university in UK. The university aims to enhance its renowned research facilities and provide quality education through its six major departments which are – Arts and Law, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Life and Environmental Sciences, Medical and Dental Sciences, Social Sciences and Liberal Arts and Sciences. The alumni of the university are well-known for dedication and quality of work that the institute was rated 90th worldwide and 10th in UK as per the 2016 Global Employability Ranking. Tamsin Greig, Matthew Goode, Chris Tarrant and Tim Curry are some of its notable alumni who have made the university proud. Here is the full-list of celebrities who attended the University of Birmingham.