Discover the notable alumni of University Of Exeter. The list includes people like J. K. Rowling, Mark Labbett, Thom Yorke, Katie Hopkins & Al-Waleed bin Talal. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as film & theater personalities, writers, singers, musicians and media personalities etc.
Vanessa KirbyVanessa Kirby
18 April 1988, British
Actress
J. K. RowlingJ. K. Rowling
31 July 1965, British
Author

Mark LabbettMark Labbett
15 August 1965, British
Television Personality

Thom YorkeThom Yorke
07 October 1968, British
Singer, Musician, Songwriter

Katie HopkinsKatie Hopkins
13 February 1975, British
Media Personality

Al-Waleed bin TalalAl-Waleed bin Talal
07 March 1955, Saudi Arabian
Business magnate
Zara TindallZara Tindall
15 May 1981, British
Olympian

Rhod GilbertRhod Gilbert
18 October 1968, British
Comedian

Stephen DillaneStephen Dillane
27 March 1957, British
Actor
Sajid JavidSajid Javid
05 December 1969, British
Politician

Will YoungWill Young
20 January 1979, British
Singer, Actor
Steven CulpSteven Culp
03 December 1955, American
Actor

Julian RichingsJulian Richings
08 September 1956, Canadian, British
Actor

Sultan bin Muhammad Al-QasimiSultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi
02 July 1939, Emirati
Member of the Federal Supreme Council

Caroline LucasCaroline Lucas
09 December 1960, British
Political Leader

Frank GardnerFrank Gardner
31 July 1961, British
journalist
Santa MontefioreSanta Montefiore
02 February 1970, British
Writer

Robert BoltRobert Bolt
15 August 1924, British
Actor, Screenwriter, Playwright, Writer

Fiona ShackletonFiona Shackleton
26 May 1956
Solicitor

Daphne FowlerDaphne Fowler
05 January 1939, British
 
Stanley DonwoodStanley Donwood
29 October 1968, British
Artist, Writer

Carol ShieldsCarol Shields
02 June 1935, Canadian, American
Novelist
Peter PhilipsPeter Philips
15 November 1977, British
Composer

Jabra Ibrahim JabraJabra Ibrahim Jabra
28 August 1920, Iraqi, Palestinian
Author

Iwona BlazwickIwona Blazwick
14 October 1955, British
Art critic
Thurston DartThurston Dart
03 September 1921, British
Musicologist

Luke KennardLuke Kennard
28 June 1981, British
Poet
Gerardo VeraGerardo Vera
10 March 1947, Spanish
Director

Ahmad ThomsonAhmad Thomson
23 April 1950, British
Barrister

Tracing its roots back to the mid nineteenth century, the University of Exeter is a public research university located in Exeter, South West England. With four campuses across Exeter and Cornwall, the University of Exeter is considered the as one of the 12 most elite universities in England, as per The Daily Telegraph. The university comprises of over 70 research centers and institutes and admissions into the university are regarded as highly competitive. The University of Exeter offers programs in areas such as Business, Humanities, Environmental Science, Medicine, Engineering and so on. Over time, the University of Exeter has gained immense global acclamation and has gone on to climb the ladder of national and international university rankings. Having been ranked 9th place among the British Universities by The Guardian and 7th place by The Times in 2016, the university is living up to the name of being one of Britain’s finest research institutions. The University of Exeter has also been rated among Britain’s top 10 universities in higher education as per the QS and Times Higher Education rankings. Bounded by values and innovation in a challenging environment, the university comprises of almost 22,000 students who are given the opportunity to grow personally and professionally. Representing over 130 countries, the student body is as diverse as it comes by merging the best of various cultures. The university has produced various celebrated individuals in the past such as J.K. Rowling, Frank Gardner, Caroline Lucas and Thom Yorke. Here is the complete list.