Located in Bristol, United Kingdom, the University of Bristol is a redbrick research university which traces its roots back to 1595. The university offers over 200 courses across departments such as Arts, Engineering, Biomedical Sciences, Science, Health Sciences and Social Sciences and Law. With undergraduate, postgraduate and junior and higher doctorates, the university creates a perfect learning environment for its students to thrive professionally. League Tables consistently place the University of Bristol among the top ten universities in the United Kingdom. Bristol was also ranked 76th in the world as per the 2017 edition of the U.S. News & World Report. The alumni’s and graduates of the university are renowned for their excellence in work, that Bristol was positioned 15th in the world for their reputation with employers, thus being placed higher that numerous Ivy League colleges. Being on the environmentally conscious side, the university has contributed immensely to providing a sustainable environment within the campus by winning numerous awards. Bristol was also the first city in U.K. to be deemed with the Green Capital status. The university facilitates diversity through and through, and gives more than 500 of its students the opportunity to partner with European Institutions. Many honored celebrities such as Simon Pegg, Matt Lucas, David Williams and Paul Dirac have attended this institution. Keep scrolling to view the complete list of famous personalities who are alumni’s of the University of Bristol.
David WalliamsDavid Walliams
(Actor)

20 August 1971

British

Simon PeggSimon Pegg
(Actor)

14 February 1970

British

James BluntJames Blunt

22 February 1974

British

Paul DiracPaul Dirac
(Physicist)

08 August 1902

British

Klaus FuchsKlaus Fuchs
(Theoretical Physicist and Atomic Spy)

29 December 1911

German

Angela CarterAngela Carter

07 May 1940

British

Sarah Jane BrownSarah Jane Brown
(British executive)

31 October 1963

British

Chris MorrisChris Morris
(Writer)

05 September 1965

British

Felicity BluntFelicity Blunt
(Older sister of Emily Blunt, Wife of Stanley Tucci)

08 January 1981

British

Derren BrownDerren Brown
(Painter, Television producer, Film Producer)

Susanna ReidSusanna Reid
(Journalist, Television presenter)

10 December 1970

British

Matt LucasMatt Lucas
(Television actor, Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter)

05 March 1974

British

Dominique Strauss-KahnDominique Strauss-Kahn
(Economist, Politician, Lawyer, University teacher)

25 April 1949

French

Marcus BrigstockeMarcus Brigstocke
(Comedian, Screenwriter, Actor)

Chris LanghamChris Langham
(Comedian, Screenwriter)

14 April 1949

British

Jeremy WadeJeremy Wade
(Biologist, Television presenter, Writer)

23 March 1956

British

Julia DonaldsonJulia Donaldson
(Writer, Playwright, Author, Children's writer)

16 September 1948

British

Sarah KaneSarah Kane
(Playwright, Writer)

03 February 1971

British

Laura WadeLaura Wade
(Writer)

16 October 1977

British

David RappaportDavid Rappaport
(Actor)

Michael WinterbottomMichael Winterbottom
(Film director, Film editor, Screenwriter)

29 March 1961

British

Alex CoxAlex Cox
(Actor, Film director, Screenwriter, Film producer)

15 December 1954

British

Stephen CrabbStephen Crabb
(Politician, Consultant)
Nkosazana Dlamini-ZumaNkosazana Dlamini-Zuma
(Politician)

27 January 1949

South African

Josh LewseyJosh Lewsey
(Rugby union player)

30 November 1976

British

Deborah MoggachDeborah Moggach
(Writer, Novelist, Screenwriter)

28 June 1948

British

Bernard LovellBernard Lovell
(Astronomer, Physicist)

31 August 1913

British

Keith DevlinKeith Devlin
(Mathematician, University teacher, Journalist)

16 March 1947

British,American

Carol M. BlackCarol M. Black
(Physician)

British

Bob Marshall-AndrewsBob Marshall-Andrews
(Politician, Barrister)

Kate GerbeauKate Gerbeau
(Journalist, Broadcaster)
Michael FourmanMichael Fourman
(Mathematician, Computer scientist)

Lembit ÖpikLembit Öpik
(Politician)