Discover the notable alumni of University Of Queensland. The list includes people like Robert Forster, Norman Lindsay, Peter C. Doherty, Geoffrey Rush & Peter Cosgrove. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as leaders, miscellaneous, film & theater personalities, sportspersons and scientists etc.
Robert ForsterRobert Forster
13 July 1941, American
Actor
Clive PalmerClive Palmer
26 March 1954, Australian
Australian Politician

Norman LindsayNorman Lindsay
22 February 1879, Australian
Artist

Peter C. DohertyPeter C. Doherty
 , Australian
Scientist, Nobel Prize Winner

Geoffrey RushGeoffrey Rush
06 July 1951, Australian
Actor

Quentin BryceQuentin Bryce
23 December 1942, Australian
Teacher, Lawyer
Peter CosgrovePeter Cosgrove
28 July 1947, Australian
Military personnel

Bob KatterBob Katter
22 May 1945, Australian
Politician

Ken HamKen Ham
20 October 1951, Australian
Evangelist, Creationism

Annastacia PalaszczukAnnastacia Palaszczuk
25 July 1969, Australian
Politician
Bill HaydenBill Hayden
23 January 1933, Australian
Diplomat, Politician

Lis WiehlLis Wiehl
09 August 1961, American
lawyer
Wayne SwanWayne Swan
30 June 1954, Australian
Politician

Kate MortonKate Morton
1976 AD, Australian
writer

Campbell NewmanCampbell Newman
12 August 1963, Australian
Civil engineer, Engineer, Politician
David MaloufDavid Malouf
20 March 1934, Australian
Writer, Novelist, Poet, Librettist, Playwright

George BrandisGeorge Brandis
22 June 1957, Australian
Politician, Lawyer
John EalesJohn Eales
27 June 1970, Australian
Entrepreneur, Rugby union player

Andrew N. LiverisAndrew N. Liveris
05 May 1954, Australian
 

Peter SlipperPeter Slipper
14 February 1950, Australian
Farmer
Janet FieldingJanet Fielding
09 September 1953, Australian
Actor

Raymond DartRaymond Dart
04 February 1893, Australian
Anthropologist, Archaeologist, Prehistorian,
Johann Olav KossJohann Olav Koss
29 October 1968, Norwegian
Physician, Speed skater

Alan JonesAlan Jones
13 April 1941, Australian
radio personality, rugby union coach

Jack Thompson (Actor)Jack Thompson (Actor)
31 August 1940, Australian
Actor

Established in 1991 is the University of Queensland or UQ, which is a flagship research university, located in Brisbane, Australia. Being a contributing charter member of edX and Universitas 21 network, this research university incorporates over one hundred research institutes and centers. University of Queensland is rated 55th in the world as per the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2016. It has also received acclamation for being ranked 60th in the world in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2017. The university comprises of six faculties that give its students an edge to accomplish their professional goals. The departments include Medicine, Science, Business, Engineering, Health and Behavioral Science and Humanities. With the student body comprising of over 51,000 students hailing from 141 nations, the University of Queensland has prime focus on excellence in quality of education. It has been the recipient of more Australian Awards for University Teaching than any other institution in the country. Having pioneered the invention of HPV vaccine against cervical cancer, the university is constantly improving, improvising and innovating to be a forerunner of research and development, globally. UQ is already extending its international reach with its establishments overseas in Brunei and the United States. UQ has produced notable alumni’s over the years who have contributed radically to shaping society. Geoffery Rush, Quentin Bryce, Peter Beattie and Tim Munro are some individuals who attended the university. Presenting to you, the whole list of celebrities who are now alumni’s of UQ.