Discover the notable alumni of University Of Manchester. The list includes people like Phil Collins, Milo Yiannopoulos, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Jonathan Ke Quan & J. J. Thomson. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as film & theater personalities, scientists, writers, media personalities and musicians etc.
Phil CollinsPhil Collins
30 January 1951, British
Milo YiannopoulosMilo Yiannopoulos
18 October 1984, Greek, British

Jonathan Ke QuanJonathan Ke Quan
20 August 1971, American, Vietnamese

J J ThompsonJ. J. Thomson
18 December 1856, British
Physicist, Nobel Prize Winner

Raza JaffreyRaza Jaffrey
28 May 1973, British

Anthony BurgessAnthony Burgess
25 February 1917, British
Norman Robert Foster Norman Foster
01 June 1935, British

Henry MoseleyHenry Moseley
23 November 1887, British

James ChadwickJames Chadwick
20 October 1891, British
Discoverer of Neutron
Arthur EddingtonArthur Eddington
28 December 1882, British

Haider al-AbadiHaider al-Abadi
1952 AD, Iraqi
75th Prime Minister of Iraq
Michael SmithMichael Smith (Chemist)
26 April 1932, Canadian

John CockcroftJohn Cockcroft
27 May 1897, British

Charles Thomson Rees WilsonCharles Thomson Rees Wilson
14 February 1869, British

John PolanyiJohn Polanyi
23 January 1929, Canadian

Norman HaworthNorman Haworth
19 March 1883, British
Robert Robinson Robert Robinson
13 September 1886, British

Arthur Harden Arthur Harden
12 October 1865, British

Ludwig WittgensteinLudwig Wittgenstein
26 April 1889, Austrian

Jennifer SaundersJennifer Saunders
06 July 1958, British
Ralf LittleRalf Little
08 February 1980, British

Brian CoxBrian Cox
03 March 1968, British
Adrian EdmondsonAdrian Edmondson
24 January 1957, British
Comedian, Musician, Screenwriter

Parineeti ChopraParineeti Chopra
22 October 1988, Indian

Josh WiddicombeJosh Widdicombe
08 April 1983, British
Mathew HorneMathew Horne
06 September 1978, British

David OakesDavid Oakes
14 October 1983, British
Robert PowellRobert Powell
01 June 1944, British

Jesse ArmstrongJesse Armstrong
1972 AD, British

Ben EltonBen Elton
03 May 1959, Australian, British
Actor, Comedian, Novelist, Writer, Screenwriter,
Meera SyalMeera Syal
27 June 1961, British
Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter, Film producer,

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Joe AbercrombieJoe Abercrombie
31 December 1974, British
Sean TealeSean Teale
18 June 1992, British

Charlotte HawkinsCharlotte Hawkins
16 May 1975, British
Television presenter

Mark KermodeMark Kermode
02 July 1963, British
Television presenter, Musician, Journalist

Alasdair MacIntyreAlasdair MacIntyre
12 January 1929, British, American
Philosopher, Professor
Dave GormanDave Gorman
02 March 1971, British
Roland JofféRoland Joffé
17 November 1945, British

James LovelockJames Lovelock
26 July 1919, British
Biologist, Chemist, University teacher,

Waldemar JanuszczakWaldemar Januszczak
12 January 1954, British

Anna FordAnna Ford
02 October 1943, British
Journalist, Presenter, News presenter
Michel ChossudovskyMichel Chossudovsky
1946 AD, Canadian
researcher, Author, Economist, conspiracy theorist

Andre GeimAndre Geim
21 October 1958, Dutch, British

Barry UnsworthBarry Unsworth
10 August 1930, British

Sarah BurtonSarah Burton
01 January 1974, British
Fashion designer

David AaronovitchDavid Aaronovitch
08 July 1954, British
Journalist, Television presenter, Writer, Author
Robert BoltRobert Bolt
15 August 1924, British
Actor, Screenwriter, Playwright, Writer

Peter Maxwell DaviesPeter Maxwell Davies
08 September 1934, British
Jo CoburnJo Coburn
12 November 1968, British

George GissingGeorge Gissing
22 November 1857, British

Victor TurnerVictor Turner
28 May 1920, British
Anthropologist, Sociologist
Frank WorrellFrank Worrell
01 August 1924, Barbadian, Jamaican

Said MusaSaid Musa
19 March 1944, Belizean
Rudolf PeierlsRudolf Peierls
05 June 1907, British

Colin McGinnColin McGinn
10 March 1950, British
Philosopher, University teacher

Ali MazruiAli Mazrui
24 February 1933, Kenyan, American

Ian Livingston, Baron Livingston of ParkheadIan Livingston, Baron Livingston of Parkhead
28 July 1964, British

John PolanyiJohn Polanyi
23 January 1929, Canadian, Hungarian
Irene KhanIrene Khan
24 December 1956, Bangladeshi

John Henry PoyntingJohn Henry Poynting
09 September 1852, British
Physicist, University teacher

Rami HamdallahRami Hamdallah
10 August 1958, Palestinian

Sydney ChapmanSydney Chapman
29 January 1888, British
Alun LewisAlun Lewis
01 July 1915, Welsh

Tom KilburnTom Kilburn
11 August 1921, British
Computer scientist
Keith RuncornKeith Runcorn
19 November 1922, British

Harold Lever, Baron Lever of ManchesterHarold Lever, Baron Lever of Manchester
15 January 1914, British

Michael McKinnellMichael McKinnell
25 December 1935, British, American
Omar Abu RishaOmar Abu Risha
10 April 1910, Syrian

Pat McDonaghPat McDonagh
17 March 1934, British
Fashion designer
Richard GrimsdaleRichard Grimsdale
18 September 1929, British
Electrical engineer

Formed in 2004 after the merger of the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology and the Victoria University of Manchester, the University of Manchester is a redbrick, public research university in England. With almost 40,000 students, the University of Manchester is the second largest university in the United Kingdom and the largest single-site university. It has a great blend of students of different diversities hailing from different corners of the world. According to QS World University Rankings, it was ranked 29th in the world in 2016. It was also voted ‘the most targeted university’ with an astonishing rate of students who apply for admissions here. The campus is spread out across Manchester and is easily accessible by one and all. The highly-qualified faculty which includes famous scientists, economists, novelists and Nobel Laureates create an impeccable learning environment by incorporating world-leading research, expertise and technology to everyday learning. The excellence of the university is reflected in its programs, particularly in the life sciences, engineering, economics, humanities and sociology departments. The university, in fact teaches more academic topics than any other university in the United Kingdom. A number of noteworthy people have completed their education in the University of Manchester, such as John Dalton (founder of modern atomic theory), Ernst Rutherford (nuclear physicist), Benedict Cumberbatch and James Chadwick. Keeping reading to know some of the most distinguished alumni’s from the University of Manchester who have left their mark on the world.