Discover the notable alumni of University Of Sydney. The list includes people like Dolph Lundgren, Rose Byrne, Jacqueline Fernandez, Elle Macpherson & Tony Abbott. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as leaders, intellectuals & academics, writers, film & theater personalities and miscellaneous etc.
Dolph LundgrenDolph Lundgren
03 November 1957, Swedish
Rose ByrneRose Byrne
24 July 1979, Australian

Jacqueline FernandezJacqueline Fernandez
11 August 1985, Sri Lankan

Elle MacphersonElle Macpherson
29 March 1964, Australian
Model, Entrepreneur

Tony AbbottTony Abbott
04 November 1957, Australian
Former Prime Minister of Australia

Julian McMahonJulian McMahon
27 July 1968, Australian
Actor, Model, Film actor
Ryan KwantenRyan Kwanten
28 November 1976, Australian

Akhilesh YadavAkhilesh Yadav
01 July 1973, Indian

Peter WeirPeter Weir
21 August 1944, Australian
Film director, Screenwriter

Chris BowenChris Bowen
17 January 1973, Australian
Clive JamesClive James
07 October 1939, Australian
Writer, Broadcaster, Literary critic

Anthony AlbaneseAnthony Albanese
02 March 1963, Australian
Derek MullerDerek Muller
09 November 1982, Australian
Television presenter

William McMahonWilliam McMahon
23 February 1908, Australian
Politician, Diplomat

Colleen McCulloughColleen McCullough
01 June 1937, Australian
Novelist, Writer, Neurologist, Biographer, Science
Peter FitzSimonsPeter FitzSimons
29 June 1961, Australian
Rugby union player, Biographer

Bruce BeresfordBruce Beresford
16 August 1940, Australian
Film director, Screenwriter
Mark LathamMark Latham
28 February 1961, Australian
Politician, Trade unionist

Bernard FoleyBernard Foley
08 September 1989, Australian
Rugby union player

Joe HockeyJoe Hockey
02 August 1965, Australian
Statesman, Diplomat, Lawyer
Bob BrownBob Brown
27 December 1944, Australian
Politician, Physician

Marie BashirMarie Bashir
01 December 1930, Australian
Engineer, Psychiatrist, Physician, University
Bronwyn BishopBronwyn Bishop
19 October 1942, Australian
Politician, Solicitor

J. L. MackieJ. L. Mackie
25 August 1917, Australian
Philosopher, University teacher

Neville WranNeville Wran
11 October 1926, Australian

John HarsanyiJohn Harsanyi
29 May 1920, Hungarian, American
Economist, University teacher
Michael HintzeMichael Hintze
27 July 1953, Australian, British
H. V. EvattH. V. Evatt
30 April 1894, Australian
Politician, Diplomat, Writer, Lawyer, Judge

John HewsonJohn Hewson
28 October 1946, Australian
Economist, Politician

Earle PageEarle Page
08 August 1880, Australian

Lucy TurnbullLucy Turnbull
30 March 1958, Australian
Raymond DartRaymond Dart
04 February 1893, Australian
Anthropologist, Archaeologist, Prehistorian,

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Andrew TridgellAndrew Tridgell
28 February 1967, Australian
Engineer, Programmer, Computer scientist

Michael TaussigMichael Taussig
03 April 1940, Australian
Anthropologist, University teacher

Hedley BullHedley Bull
10 June 1932, Australian
Political scientist, University teacher

Glenn StevensGlenn Stevens
23 January 1958, Australian
Economist, Banker
The University of Sydney, best known for its educational facilities is ranked among the ten most beautiful universities globally. Established in 1850, this university comprises people from diversified cultures and traditions. The QS World University Rankings has placed the university among the top 50 universities for excelling in research and education. The University of Sydney has more than 320,000 alumni, among who are a large number of people who turned out to be famous personalities. Michael Donald Kirby, former Justice of the High Court of Australia, graduated at the University of Sydney in different genres of law, arts, and Economics. The alumnus also received the master’s degree and represented the university as Students' Representative Council and President of the University of Sydney Union. Sir Edmund Barton, first Prime Minister of Australia from 1901 to 1903, bagged the university medal in classics from the University of Sydney. Barton left his political career and became the founding justice of the High Court of Australia. Edward Gough Whitlam, the 21st Prime Minister also studied at the University. Malcolm Turnbull, the 29th Prime Minister; John Winston Howard, the 25th Prime Minister; Tony Abbott, the 28th Prime Minister all received their education from the University of Sydney. Besides Politicians, The university has also gives us actors, scientists, doctors, entrepreneurs and many more. Scroll down to get more information on the famous alumni of the University of Sydney.