Discover the notable alumni of University Of Warwick. The list includes people like Stephen Merchant, Yakubu Gowon, Katy Wix, Adi Shamir & Valentine Strasser. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as leaders, film & theater personalities, intellectuals & academics, scientists and business people etc.
Germaine Greer Germaine Greer
29 January 1939, Australian
Tom Goodman-HillTom Goodman-Hill
21 May 1968, British

Angus ImrieAngus Imrie
02 August 1994, British

Stephen MerchantStephen Merchant
24 November 1974, British
Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter, Radio personality,

Alex JenningsAlex Jennings
10 May 1957, British

Katy WixKaty Wix
28 February 1980, British
Actor, Comedian
Ness WadiaNess Wadia
30 May 1970, Indian

Julian Rhind-TuttJulian Rhind-Tutt
20 July 1968, British

Yakubu GowonYakubu Gowon
19 October 1934, Indian, Nigerian
Politician, Military personnel
Adam BuxtonAdam Buxton
07 June 1969, British

Simon MayoSimon Mayo
21 September 1958, British
Radio presenter
Hannah WatermanHannah Waterman
22 July 1975, British

Natasha LawNatasha Law
01 January 1970, British

Andrea LeadsomAndrea Leadsom
13 May 1963, British

Valentine StrasserValentine Strasser
26 April 1967, Sierra Leonean

Hari KunzruHari Kunzru
30 November 1969, British
Adi ShamirAdi Shamir
06 July 1952, Israeli
Mathematician, Cryptologist, Computer scientist

Jonathan CoeJonathan Coe
19 August 1961, British

Valerie Amos, Baroness AmosValerie Amos, Baroness Amos
13 March 1954, British

Wendy AlexanderWendy Alexander
27 June 1963, Scottish
Heather BrookeHeather Brooke
27 March 1970, British, American

George SaitotiGeorge Saitoti
03 August 1945, Kenyan
Pascal LamyPascal Lamy
08 April 1947, French
Economist, Politician

Abba KyariAbba Kyari
23 September 1952, Nigerian

Oliver HartOliver Hart
09 October 1948, British
Constance BriscoeConstance Briscoe
18 May 1957, British

Leslie ValiantLeslie Valiant
28 March 1949, British
Computer scientist
Ritula ShahRitula Shah
1967 AD, British

Princess Dina Mired of JordanPrincess Dina Mired of Jordan
12 October 1965, Jordanian

David BlankenhornDavid Blankenhorn
1955 AD, American
Richard BurdenRichard Burden
01 September 1954, British

Jenny HarrisonJenny Harrison
Nicholas BlincoeNicholas Blincoe
1965 AD, British

Leila SansourLeila Sansour
16 February 1966, Israeli, Russian

Gwendoline KonieGwendoline Konie
09 October 1938, Zambian

Founded in 1965 as an attempt by the government to make higher education more accessible, the University of Warwick is a research university in Coventry, England. The student body comprises of 23,600 students who pursue graduate and post graduate programs in Arts, medicine, Science and Social Sciences, across 32 departments. With an honorable mention in the top 10 of all major domestic rankings of the British universities, Warwick is considered integral in defining the education system of the United Kingdom. Over 114 countries are represented by the student body of the University of Warwick, across its 3 major campuses. The institution gives the students the opportunity to pursue their goals through various programs that enrich their quality of learning. It gives the students the chance to be a part of double-degree programs and study abroad facilities in Columbia University, UC Berkeley and Sciences Po Paris. Having been voted as the ‘University of the year 2015 by The Times and Sunday Times newspapers, Warwick is deemed as the top targeted university nationally by United Kingdom’s top 100 graduate employers. The graduates and alumni of the University of Warwick are well-appreciated and are ranked 19th in the world for their reputation with employers. Needless to say, the University of Warwick has produced some remarkable legends, who started their journey there. Some of its notable alumni include Stephen Merchant, Anne Fine, David Davis and Ralf Speth. Presenting to you the complete list of achievers who have made the university proud.