Check out the list of notable University Of Melbourne alumni. Some of the notable University Of Melbourne students are Nicole Kidman, Julian Assange, Germaine Greer, Peter Singer and Julia Gillard.

Founded by Hugh Childers in the year 1853 is the University of Melbourne situated in Australia. It is a public research university and is in fact Australia’s second oldest university and Victoria’s oldest university. It includes 11 distinct academic units and has affiliations with several institutions and research centers. Being a sandstone university, it is a member of many prestigious groups such as the Universitas 21. With over 47,000 individuals comprising of the student body, diversity at its best is seen in the campus with 12,000 full-time students representing over 130 countries across the globe. The university offers undergraduate, postgraduate and higher research degrees in areas of Arts, Commerce, Science, Design, Fine Arts, Medicine and so on. As per the CWTS Leiden Ranking, the University of Melbourne was ranked 123rd in the world and 2nd in Australia. Times Higher Education has also deemed the university 33rd in the world. With various international connections and collaborations through seminars, courses, internship and leadership programs, the university gives its students the exposure and experience through its international networks. With over 2,80,000 alumni’s worldwide including academics, politicians, scientists, artists and leaders, the university has produced numerous distinguished celebrities who have conquered various spheres of life. Robert Menzies, Elizabeth Blackburn, John Monash and Peter Singer make up its list of honorable alumni’s. Presenting to you, a complete list of achievers who attended the University of Melbourne.
Cate BlanchettCate Blanchett
(Actress)

14 May 1969

Australian

Nicole KidmanNicole Kidman
(Actress)

20 June 1967

Australian,American

Julian AssangeJulian Assange
(Computer programmer)

03 July 1971

Australian

Germaine Greer Germaine Greer
(Australian writer)

29 January 1939

Australian

Julia GillardJulia Gillard
(Former Prime Minister of Australia)

29 September 1961

Australian

Harold HoltHarold Holt
(Former Prime Minister of Australia)

05 August 1908

Australian

Cathy FreemanCathy Freeman
(Sprinter)

16 February 1973

Australian

 Barry HumphriesBarry Humphries
(Comedian, Actor)

17 February 1934

Australian

Peter SingerPeter Singer
(Philosopher)

06 July 1946

Australian

Robert MenziesRobert Menzies
(12th Prime Minister of Australia)

20 December 1894

Australian

John MonashJohn Monash
(Civil engineer)

27 June 1865

Australian

Julia ZemiroJulia Zemiro
(Television presenter)

14 April 1967

Australian

Elizabeth BlackburnElizabeth Blackburn
(American-Australian researcher)

26 November 1948

Australian,American

Alfred DeakinAlfred Deakin
(Former Prime Minister of Australia)

03 August 1856

Australian

Rashaan SalaamRashaan Salaam
(American Football Player)

08 October 1974

American

Frank Macfarlane BurnetFrank Macfarlane Burnet
(Virologist & Noble Prize Laureate)

03 September 1899

Australian

Gustav NossalGustav Nossal
(Immunologist)

04 June 1931

Australian

Ian FrazerIan Frazer
(Australian scientist)

06 January 1953

Australian

Edward DunlopEdward Dunlop
(Prisoner of War)

12 July 1907

Australian

Sir John Carew EcclesSir John Eccles
(Neurophysiologist)

27 January 1903

Australian

Randeep HoodaRandeep Hooda
(Actor, Model)

20 August 1976

Indian

Judith DurhamJudith Durham
(Singer, Jazz musician, Pianist, Songwriter)

03 July 1943

Australian

Magda SzubanskiMagda Szubanski
(Actor)

12 April 1961

Australian,British

Waleed AlyWaleed Aly
(Radio personality, Television presenter, Lawyer, Songwriter)

15 August 1978

Australian

Missy HigginsMissy Higgins
(singer, pianist, songwriter)

19 August 1983

Australian

Geoffrey EdelstenGeoffrey Edelsten
(Entrepreneur, Physician)

02 May 1943

Australian

Hamish BlakeHamish Blake
(Writer, Actor)

11 December 1981

Australian

Greg HuntGreg Hunt
(Politician)

18 November 1965

Australian

Red SymonsRed Symons
(Singer, Guitarist, Songwriter)

13 June 1949

Australian

Michel FaberMichel Faber
(Writer, Novelist, Journalist, Science fiction writer)

13 April 1960

Australian

Andrew PeacockAndrew Peacock
(Diplomat, Politician, Lawyer)

13 February 1939

Australian

Helen GarnerHelen Garner
(Journalist, Novelist, Screenwriter)

07 November 1942

Australian

John ForrestJohn Forrest
(Explorer, Politician)

22 August 1847

Australian

Ninian StephenNinian Stephen
(Politician, Judge)

15 June 1923

Australian

Geoffrey BlaineyGeoffrey Blainey
(Historian)

11 March 1930

Australian

Morris WestMorris West
(Writer)

26 April 1916

Australian

Mechai ViravaidyaMechai Viravaidya
(Politician)

17 January 1941

Thai