Discover the notable alumni of University Of Melbourne. The list includes people like Nicole Kidman, Cate Blanchett, Julian Assange, Barry Humphries & Peter Singer. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as leaders, film & theater personalities, media personalities, miscellaneous and writers etc.
Julian AssangeJulian Assange
03 July 1971, Australian
Computer programmer
Nicole KidmanNicole Kidman
20 June 1967, Australian, American
Actress

Cate BlanchettCate Blanchett
14 May 1969, Australian
Actress

Julia GillardJulia Gillard
29 September 1961, Australian
Former Prime Minister of Australia

Harold HoltHarold Holt
05 August 1908, Australian
Former Prime Minister of Australia

 Barry HumphriesBarry Humphries
17 February 1934, Australian
Comedian, Actor
Peter SingerPeter Singer
06 July 1946, Australian
Philosopher

Germaine Greer Germaine Greer
29 January 1939, Australian
Writer

Robert MenziesRobert Menzies
20 December 1894, Australian
12th Prime Minister of Australia

Cathy FreemanCathy Freeman
16 February 1973, Australian
Sprinter
John MonashJohn Monash
27 June 1865, Australian
Civil engineer

Julia ZemiroJulia Zemiro
14 April 1967, Australian
Television presenter
Alfred DeakinAlfred Deakin
03 August 1856, Australian
Former Prime Minister of Australia

Elizabeth BlackburnElizabeth Blackburn
26 November 1948, Australian, American
American-Australian researcher

Rashaan SalaamRashaan Salaam
08 October 1974, American
American Football Player
Ian FrazerIan Frazer
06 January 1953, Australian
Australian scientist

Gustav NossalGustav Nossal
04 June 1931, Australian
Immunologist
Frank Macfarlane BurnetFrank Macfarlane Burnet
03 September 1899, Australian
Virologist & Noble Prize Laureate

Edward DunlopEdward Dunlop
12 July 1907, Australian
Prisoner of War

Sir John Carew EcclesSir John Eccles
27 January 1903, Australian
Neurophysiologist
Randeep HoodaRandeep Hooda
20 August 1976, Indian
Actor, Model

Judith DurhamJudith Durham
03 July 1943, Australian
Singer, Jazz musician, Pianist, Songwriter
Waleed AlyWaleed Aly
15 August 1978, Australian
Radio personality, Television presenter, Lawyer,

Magda SzubanskiMagda Szubanski
12 April 1961, Australian, British
Actor

Hamish BlakeHamish Blake
11 December 1981, Australian
Writer, Actor

Missy HigginsMissy Higgins
19 August 1983, Australian
singer, pianist, songwriter
Geoffrey EdelstenGeoffrey Edelsten
02 May 1943, Australian
Entrepreneur, Physician
Andrew PeacockAndrew Peacock
13 February 1939, Australian
Diplomat, Politician, Lawyer

Greg HuntGreg Hunt
18 November 1965, Australian
Politician

Red SymonsRed Symons
13 June 1949, Australian
Singer, Guitarist, Songwriter

Michel FaberMichel Faber
13 April 1960, Australian
Writer, Novelist, Journalist, Science fiction
Ninian StephenNinian Stephen
15 June 1923, Australian
Politician, Judge

Helen GarnerHelen Garner
07 November 1942, Australian
Journalist, Novelist, Screenwriter

John ForrestJohn Forrest
22 August 1847, Australian
Explorer, Politician

Geoffrey BlaineyGeoffrey Blainey
11 March 1930, Australian
Historian

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Morris WestMorris West
26 April 1916, Australian
Writer
Mechai ViravaidyaMechai Viravaidya
17 January 1941, Thai
Politician

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.