List of University of East Anglia alumni

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This List of University of East Anglia alumni includes graduates and non-graduate former students of the University of East Anglia. The list includes one current monarch, two de facto heads of state, two former Leaders of the House of Lords, two further Members of the House of Lords, seven Members of the House of Commons, and 19 Cabinet Ministers from 16 foreign nations, including one Vice President, one Deputy Prime Minister, three Foreign Ministers, three Finance Ministers, and a Central Bank Governor. The list also includes one Nobel laureate in Physiology or Medicine and current President of the Royal Society, in addition to a further eight Fellows of the Royal Society. The list also includes three Man Booker Prize winners, ten Costa Book Award (formerly Whitbread Award) winners, and two Caine Prize winners.

Politics and Government[edit]

Heads of state and government[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
King Tupou VI BA, 1980 King of Tonga (2012–present) and Prime Minister of Tonga (2000–2006) [1]
Sir Carlyle Glean GCMG MA, 1982 Governor General of Grenada (2008–2013) [2]

United Kingdom[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Valerie Amos, Baroness Amos Applied Research in Education, 1978 Leader of the House of Lords (2003–2007) [3]
Douglas Carswell BA, 1993 UK Independence Party Member of Parliament [4]
Judith Chaplin OBE DipEcon Conservative Member of Parliament [5]
Tony Colman MA, 2009; PhD, 2013 Labour Member of Parliament [6]
Caroline Flint BA, 1983 Labour Member of Parliament and current Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change [7]
Jon Owen Jones BSc, 1975 Labour Member of Parliament [8]
Tess Kingham PGCE, 1987 Labour Member of Parliament [9]
Tim Bentinck, 12th Earl of Portland BA, 1975 Crossbench Peer [10]
Murad Qureshi BA, 1987 Member of the London Assembly [11]
Adrian Ramsay BA, 2002 Deputy Leader of the Green Party [12]
Rosalind Scott, Baroness Scott of Needham Market BA, 1999 Liberal Democrat Peer [13]
Ivor Stanbrook PhD, 1995 Conservative Member of Parliament [14]
Thomas Galbraith, 2nd Baron Strathclyde CH BA, 1982 Leader of the House of Lords (2010–2013) [15]
David Thomas BA, 1993 Labour Member of the European Parliament [16]

Europe[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Marios Demetriades BSc, 1993 Cypriot Cabinet Minister [17]
Françoise Dupuis MA, 1967 President of the Brussels Regional Parliament [18]
Murat Karayalçın MA, 1977 Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey and Turkish Foreign Minister [18]
Össur Skarphéðinsson PhD, 1983 Icelandic Foreign Minister [19]

Asia[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
José Abel MSc, 2004 East Timorese Secretary of State [20]
Yahya Al-Mutawakel PhD, 1992 Yemeni Trade Minister [21]
Serwan Baban PhD, 1991 Minister in the Kurdistan Regional Government [22]
Hala Hameed MPhil, 1993; PhD, 2004 Maldivian Minister of State [23]
Choida Jamtsho MSc, 2006 Member of the Bhutanese National Assembly [24]
Cheng Kai-nam BA, 1988 Member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong [18]
Suyoi Osman BA, 1975 Bruneian Health Minister [18]
Adam Shareef MA, 2008 Maldivian Minister of State [18]
Salbiah binti Haji Sulaiman BA, 1978 Member of the Legislative Council of Brunei [25]
Suchart Thada-Thamrongvech DipEcon Thai Finance Minister [26]
Wan Hisham Wan Salleh BSc, 1979 Malaysian State Assemblyman [18]

Oceania[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Mathias Cormann Law, 1994 Australian Finance Minister [27]
Dee Margetts BA, 1982 Senator for Western Australia [28]
Teima Onorio MA, 1990 Vice President of Kiribati [29]

Americas[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Julio Boltvinik MA, 1973 Member of the Mexican Chamber of Deputies [30]
Gino Costa MA, 1983 Peruvian Interior Minister [31]
Óscar González MA, 1974; PhD, 1980 Member of the Mexican Chamber of Deputies [32]
Manuel Lajo PhD, 1987 Member of the Peruvian Congress [33]

Africa[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Manuel de Araújo PhD, 2011 Member of the Mozambican Assembly of the Republic [34]
Sinknesh Ejigu MSc, 1988 Ethiopian Cabinet Minister [35]
Daphrose Gahakwa MSc, 1997; PhD, 2001 Rwandan Education Minister [36]
Ousman Jammeh MA, 1984 Gambian Foreign Minister [37]
Donald Kaberuka MPhil, 1979 President of the African Development Bank and Rwandan Finance Minister [38]
Rosebud Kurwijila MPhil, 1994 African Union Commissioner [18]
Eddie Mbadiwe PhD, 1975 Member of the Nigerian House of Representatives [39]
Tito Mboweni MA, 1988 Governor of the South African Reserve Bank and South African Labour Minister [40]
Juma Ngasongwa PhD, 1988 Tanzanian Trade Minister [41]
Rolph Payet BSc, 1992 Seychellois Cabinet Minister [42]
Junedin Sado PgDip, 1987 Ethiopian Cabinet Minister [18]
Aimé Boji Sangara MA, 1997 Member of the Democratic Republic of the Congo National Assembly [18]
Peter Sinon BA, 1990; MA, 1994 Seychellois Cabinet Minister [43]
Stone Sizani MA, 1995 Member of the South African National Assembly and ANC Chief Whip [44]
Hassan Wario MA, 1998; PhD, 2013 Kenyan Cabinet Minister [45]

Diplomats[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Gunaajav Batjargal MA, 1996 Mongolian Ambassador to Austria [33]
Aníbal de Castro BA, 1979 Dominican Republic Ambassador to the United States [46]
Albert Chua BA, 1990 Singaporean UN Permanent Representative [47]
Richard Clarke BSc, 1977 UK High Commissioner to Tanzania [48]
Judith Farnworth MA, 1991 UK Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan [49]
Shofry Abdul Ghafor BA, 1981 Bruneian UN Permanent Representative [50]
Alan Hunt CMG BA, 1970 UK High Commissioner to Singapore [51]
Abubakarr Multi-Kamara MA, 1982 Sierra Leonean Ambassador to China [52]
Swinburne Lestrade MSc, 1975 Dominican Ambassador to the United States [53]
Philip Priestley CBE BA, 1968 UK Ambassador to Gabon and UK High Commissioner to Belize [54]
Timothy Simmons CVO BA, 1981 UK Ambassador to Slovenia [55]
Ingebjørg Støfring MA, 1987 Norwegian Ambassador to Bangladesh and Zimbabwe [56]

Armed forces[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Steven Abbott CBE BA, 1979 Commandant General of the RAF Regiment [57]
Sir Anthony Dymock KBE, CB BA, 1970 UK Military Representative to NATO [58]
Sir Robert Fulton KBE BA, 1970 Governor of Gibraltar and Commandant General Royal Marines [59]
Neil Morisetti CB BSc, 1979 Commander United Kingdom Maritime Forces [60]

Policing and intelligence services[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Matthew Dunn BA, 1996 MI6 field agent [61]
Sir Peter Fahy MA, 1998 Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police [62]
Michael Shipster CMG, OBE MA, 1977 Diplomat and MI6 officer [63]

Law[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Hassan Al-Sayed PhD, 2003 Judge of the Qatar International Court [64]
Andrew Gordon-Saker LLB, 1980 Senior Costs Judge [65]
Liza Gordon-Saker LLB, 1981 District Judge [66]
Jane McIvor LLB, 1982 District Judge [67]
Derek Pang LLB, 1985 Judge of the High Court of Hong Kong [68]
Sanford Steelman EAS, 1972 Judge of the North Carolina Court of Appeal [69]
Robert Warnock BA, 1974 Circuit Judge [70]
Ian Wingfield BA, 1970 Solicitor General of Hong Kong [71]
David Wood BA, 1970 Circuit Judge [72]
Dora Zatte LLB, 1997 Ombudsman of the Seychelles [73]

Academia[edit]

Science[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
James Barber FRS MSc, 1965; PhD, 1967 Ernst Chain Professor of Biochemistry at Imperial College London [74]
Nick Barton FRS PhD, 1979 Darwin–Wallace Medal, Darwin Medal and Bicentenary Medal winning evolutionary biologist [75]
Sir John Beringer CBE PhD, 1973 Emeritus Professor at the University of Bristol [76]
Mervyn Bibb FRS BSc, 1974; PhD, 1978 Molecular microbiologist [77]
Robert Boutilier PhD, 1981 Lecturer in Zoology at the University of Cambridge [78]
Dennis Brown BSc, 1972; PhD, 1975 Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School [79]
Gavin Crooks BSc, 1992; MSc, 1993 Discoverer of Crooks fluctuation theorem [80]
Karen Duff BSc, 1987 Potamkin Prize winning pathologist and Professor of Pathology and Cell Biology at Columbia University [81]
Nick Dulvy PhD, 1998 Professor of Marine Biodiversity & Conservation at Simon Fraser University [82]
Richard Flavell CBE, FRS PhD, 1967 Director of the John Innes Centre [83]
Lynne Frostick PhD, 1975 President of the Geological Society of London [84]
Don Grierson OBE, FRS BSc, 1967 Emeritus Professor at the University of Nottingham [85]
Brian Hemmings FRS PhD, 1975 Cloëtta Prize winning biochemist [86]
Michael Houghton BSc, 1972 Robert Koch Prize, Lasker Award and Gairdner Foundation International Award winning co-discoverer of Hepatitis C [87]
Keith Hunter PhD, 1977 Professor of Chemistry at the University of Otago [88]
David Jones PhD, 1965 Flavelle Medal winning biologist [89]
Tim Lenton PhD, 1998 Professor of Climate Change and Earth System Science at the University of Exeter [90]
Nicholas Mills BSc, 1976; PhD, 1979 Professor of Insect Population Ecology at the University of California, Berkeley [91]
Sir Paul Nurse PRS PhD, 1973 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine laureate and President of the Royal Society [92]
Timothy Osborn BSc, 1990; PhD, 1995 IPCC Fifth Assessment Report lead author [93]
Terence Rabbitts FRS BSc, 1968 Professor of Molecular Biology at the University of Oxford [94]
David Rogers BSc, 1980 Chief Executive of the Met Office [95]
Benjamin Santer BSc, 1984; PhD, 1987 Ernest Orlando Lawrence Award winning atmospheric scientist [96]
Nick Talbot FRS PhD, 1990 Professor of Molecular Genetics at the University of Exeter [97]
Peter Thorne BSc, 1998; PhD, 2001 IPCC Fifth Assessment Report lead author [98]
Simon Thrush PhD, 1985 Director of the Institute of Marine Science at the University of Auckland [99]
Christopher Wood PhD, 1974 Professor of Biology at McMaster University [100]
John Derek Woollins BSc, 1976; PhD, 1979 Professor of Synthetic Chemistry at the University of St Andrews [101]

Other academics[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
David Acheson PhD, 1971 President of the Mathematical Association [102]
Mel Ainscow CBE PhD, 1995 Professor of Education at the University of Manchester [103]
Franklin Allen BA, 1977; MPhil, 1979 Nippon Life Professor of Finance and Economics at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania [104]
John Ashdown-Hill BA, 1971 Historian [105]
Diane Atkinson MA, 2005 Historian [106]
Nick Baylis MA, 1993 Psychologist [107]
Deryck Beyleveld PhD, 1975 Professor of Law and Bioethics at Durham University [108]
Will Brooker BA, 1991 Cultural critic [109]
Andrew Bowie PhD, 1980 Professor of Philosophy and German at Royal Holloway, University of London [110]
Peter Buckley OBE MA, 1970 Professor of International Business at the University of Leeds [111]
Michael Casey BA, 1990 James Wright Professor of Music at Dartmouth College [112]
Steven Casey BA, 1994 Professor of International History at the London School of Economics [18]
Selim Deringil BA, 1975; PhD, 1979 Historian [18]
Tim Dunne BA, 1989 International relations scholar [18]
John Dwyer BSc, 1973; MSc, 1974 Mathematician [18]
Glenn Foard PhD, 2008 Archaeologist [18]
Charles Freeman MA, 1978 Historian [18]
Gerald Gazdar BA, 1970 Linguist [113]
Richard Grayson BA, 1991 Professor of Twentieth Century History at Goldsmiths, University of London [18]
Jane Hart PhD, 1987 Professor of Physical Geography at the University of Southampton [18]
Kathryn Hughes FRSL MA, 1987 Historian [114]
William John Hutchins PhD, 2000 Linguist [18]
Peter Lamarque BA, 1970 Professor of Philosophy at the University of York [115]
Christopher Lane BA, 1988 Professor of English at Northwestern University [116]
Susan Owens OBE BSc; PhD, 1981 Professor of Environment and Policy at the University of Cambridge [117]
Peter Stachura MA, 1968 Historian [18]
June Thoburn CBE MSW, 1988 Social work scholar [118]
Adam Tomkins LLB, 1990 John Millar Professor of Public Law at the University of Glasgow [18]
Graeme Turner PhD, 1976 Cultural historian [18]
Ginette Vincendeau PhD, 1985 Professor of Film Studies at King's College London [119]
Richard Webster BA, 1972 Cultural historian [120]
Alan Whiteside MA, 1980 AIDS researcher [121]
Marysia Zalewski BA, 1988 International relations scholar [18]

Academic administrators[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Asaf Savaş Akat MA, 1968 Rector of Istanbul Bilgi University [122]
Robin Baker CMG PhD, 1984 Vice-Chancellor of Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Chichester [123]
Carl Lygo LLM, 1991 Vice-Chancellor of BPP University [124]
Margaret Muthwii MA, 1986; PhD, 1994 Vice-Chancellor of Pan Africa Christian University [125]
Ahmed Nasri PhD, 1985 President of Fahd bin Sultan University [126]
John Saka PhD, 1985 Vice-Chancellor of the University of Malawi [127]
Paul Thompson MA, 1984; PhD, 1987 Rector of the Royal College of Art [128]
Ibrahim Umar PhD, 1974 Vice-Chancellor of Bayero University Kano [18]
Primitivo Viray PhD, 1999 President of Ateneo de Naga University [18]
Paul Wellings CBE PhD, 1980 Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wollongong and the University of Lancaster [129]

Arts[edit]

Actors[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Jack Davenport BA, 1995 Actor [130]
Simon Paisley Day BA Actor [131]
Leena Dhingra MA, 1991; PhD, 2001 Actress [132]
James Frain BA, 1990 Actor [133]
Matt Milne BA, 2011 Actor [134]
Annabel Mullion BA, 1991 Actress [18]
Steve Oram BA, 1994 Actor [18]
John Rhys-Davies BA, 1966 Actor [135]
Matt Smith BA, 2005 Actor [136]

Comedy[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Nina Conti BA, 1995 Comedian [137]
David Cummings BA, 1980 Screenwriter and musician [18]
Simon Day BA, 1989 Comedian and actor [138]
Charlie Higson BA, 1980 Comedian and author [134]
John Kearns BA, 2008 Comedian [139]
Arthur Smith BA, 1976 Comedian and author [134]
Paul Whitehouse Development Studies, 1977 Comedian [140]

Film directors[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Nan Achnas MA, 1996 Film director [33]
Colin Callender CBE BA, 1973 President of HBO Films [141]
Gurinder Chadha OBE BA, 1983 Director of Bend It Like Beckham [134]
Saul Dibb BA, 1990 Director of The Duchess [134]
Amir Muhammad LLB, 1995 Film director [142]

Visual arts[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Paul Atterbury BA, 1972 Antiques expert [143]
Bendor Grosvenor PhD, 2009 Art historian [144]
Dan Harries MA, 1988 Artist [18]
Marianne Majerus MA, 1983 Photographer [18]
Nick Miller BA, 1984 Artist [18]
Philip Mould OBE BA, 1981 Art historian [145]

Arts administrators[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Mary Allen MA, 2002 Chief Executive of the Royal Opera House [146]
Eduardo Costantini MA, 1975 Founder of the Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires [147]
Alissandra Cummins BA, 1981 Director of the Barbados Museum & Historical Society [148]
Sean Doran BA, 1983 Chief Executive of English National Opera [149]
Derek Gillman LLM, 1996 Director of the Barnes Foundation [150]
Tessa Jackson OBE BA, 1977 Director of the Institute of International Visual Art [151]
Penny Johnson CBE BA, 1978 Director of the Government Art Collection [152]
Jack Lohman CBE BA, 1979 Director of the Museum of London and the Royal British Columbia Museum [18]
Mordechai Omer PhD, 1976 Director of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art [18]

Music[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Terry Edwards BA, 1982 Musician [18]
William Goodchild BA, 1985 Composer [18]
Shabs Jobanputra BA, 1990 Music executive [134]
Kishon Khan BSc, 1991 Musician [18]
Gareth Malone OBE BA, 1997 Emmy Award winning choirmaster [134]
Eduardo Marturet BA, 1974 Conductor [153]
Elizabeth Parker BA, 1973 Composer [18]
Geoffrey Poole BA, 1970 Composer [18]
Julian Siegel BA, 1986 Musician [134]
Andrew Skeet BA, 1993 Composer [18]

Media[edit]

Newsreaders and correspondents[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
David Grossman BA, 1987 Newsnight correspondent [154]
Razia Iqbal BA, 1985 BBC News correspondent [134]
Selina Scott BA, 1972 Newsreader [18]
Mark Stone BA, 2001 Sky News Asia Correspondent and Emmy Award winning journalist [18]
Geraint Vincent BA, 1994 ITV News Middle East Correspondent [134]

Radio[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Iain Dale BA, 1985 Political commentator and radio presenter [155]
Greg James BA, 2007 BBC Radio 1 presenter [134]
Zeb Soanes BA, 1997 Radio 4 newsreader [18]

Media executives[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Dame Jenny Abramsky DBE BA, 1968 Director of BBC Radio [156]
Bea Ballard BA, 1980 Television producer [18]
James Boyle MA, 1971 Controller of BBC Radio 4 [157]
Stephen Lambert BA, 1981 Television executive [158]
Simon Nicholls LLB, 1999 Television producer [18]
Jonathan Powell BA, 1969 Controller of BBC One [159]
Peter Rippon BA, 1988 Editor of Newsnight [160]

Other media personalities[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Benedict Allen BSc, 1981 Explorer [161]
Darren Bett BSc, 1989 BBC weather forecaster [162]
Steve Blame MA, 2006 Broadcaster [163]
Marcus Buckland BA, 1988 Sky Sports presenter [164]
John Fraser MA, 1970 Journalist [165]
Rebecca Lowe BA, 2002 Sports reporter [166]
Christina Patterson MA, 1987 Journalist [167]
Mark Seddon BA, 1984 Journalist [18]
Penny Tranter BSc, 1982 BBC weather forecaster [134]
Martin Tyler BA, 1967 Football commentator [168]

Literature[edit]

Booker Prize winners[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Anne Enright FRSL MA, 1988 Booker Prize winning author [169]
Kazuo Ishiguro OBE, FRSL MA, 1980 Booker Prize winning author [169]
Ian McEwan CBE, FRSL MA, 1971 Booker Prize winning author [169]

Costa Book Award winners[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
David Almond FRSL BA, 1973 Whitbread Book Award winning children's author [170]
Tash Aw MA, 2003 Whitbread Book Award winning novelist [107]
Susan Fletcher MA, 2002 Whitbread Book Award winning novelist [132]
Adam Foulds FRSL MA, 2001 Costa Book Award winning poet [132]
Avril Joy BA, 1972 Costa Book Award winning author [171]
Andrew Miller FRSL MA, 1991 Costa Book Award winning novelist [172]
Rose Tremain CBE, FRSL BA, 1967 Whitbread Book Award winning novelist [173]
Christie Watson MA, 2009 Costa Book Award winning novelist [174]

Caine Prize winners[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Helon Habila PhD, 2008 Caine Prize winning novelist [114]
Binyavanga Wainaina MPhil, 2010 Caine Prize winning novelist [174]

Other writers[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Naomi Alderman MA, 2003 Novelist [107]
Nicholas Allan MA, 1981 Children's author [107]
Julie Ann Amos BSc, 1983 Writer [18]
Princess Anna of Bavaria MA Political biographer [175]
Trezza Azzopardi MA, 1998 Novelist [107]
John Bainbridge BA, 1992 Author [176]
Sebastian Barker FRSL MA, 1970 Poet [177]
Paul Batchelor MA, 2000 Poet [107]
Martyn Bedford MA, 1994 Novelist [107]
Brett Ellen Block MA, 1998 Author [107]
Peter Bowker MA, 1991 Screenwriter [107]
Tim Bowler BA, 1972 Novelist [107]
John Boyne MA, 1996 Novelist [107]
Sam Byers MA, 2004; PhD, 2014 Novelist [107]
Aifric Campbell MA, 2003; PhD, 2007 Writer [107]
Anthony Cartwright BA, 1996 Novelist [107]
Christopher Catherwood PhD, 2006 Author [178]
Gillian Chan BEd, 1980 Children's author [165]
Tracy Chevalier FRSL MA, 1994 Historical novelist [107]
Suzanne Cleminshaw PhD, 1991 Writer [107]
Mark Cocker BA, 1982 Author [107]
Stephen Cole BA, 1992 Writer [18]
David Connolly PhD, 1997 Literary translator [179]
Peter J. Conradi FRSL BA, 1967 Writer [107]
Judy Corbalis MA, 1990 Novelist [107]
Sarah Corbett MA, 1999 Poet [107]
Andrew Cowan MA, 1985 Novelist [107]
Helen Cross MA, 1998 Novelist [107]
Fflur Dafydd MA, 2000 Writer [132]
Shon Dale-Jones BA, 1990 Writer [18]
Donna Daley-Clarke MA, 2001 Novelist [132]
Louise Doughty MA, 1987 Novelist [132]
Suzannah Dunn MA, 1989 Novelist [132]
Joe Dunthorne BA, 2004; MA, 2005 Novelist [132]
Susan Elderkin MA, 1994 Author [132]
Oliver Emanuel MA, 2002 Playwright [132]
Diana Evans MA, 2003 Novelist [132]
Fadia Faqir PhD, 1990 Author [132]
Stephen Finucan MA, 1996 Short story writer [132]
David Flusfeder MA, 1988 Author [132]
Bo Fowler MA, 1995 Novelist [132]
Sue Gee PhD, 2007 Novelist [180]
Ruth Gilligan MA, 2011 Writer [114]
Jim Goar PhD, 2012 Poet [114]
Tim Guest MA, 1999 Author [114]
Stephanie Hale MA, 1993 Writer [114]
Mohammed Hanif MA, 2005 Writer [114]
Bruno Hare BA, 1999 Author [114]
Graeme Harper PhD, 1997 Writer [114]
Jane Harris MA, 1992; PhD, 1995 Novelist and screenwriter [114]
Alix Hawley MA, 2002 Novelist [114]
Edward Hogan MA, 2004 Novelist [114]
Richard House PhD, 2008 Author [114]
Mick Jackson MA, 1992 Novelist [171]
Christopher James MA, 2000 Poet [171]
Andrew Jefford MA, 1981 Journalist and author [18]
Marie-Louise Jensen BA, 1986 Children's author [171]
Anjali Joseph MA, 2008; PhD Author [171]
Panos Karnezis MA, 2000 Novelist [171]
Muhammad Mojlum Khan BA, 1994 Writer [181]
Larissa Lai MA, 2001 Novelist [171]
Hernán Lara Zavala MA, 1981 Novelist [174]
Joanna Laurens MA, 2003 Playwright [171]
Ágnes Lehóczky MA, 2006; PhD, 2010 Poet [171]
Frances Liardet MA, 2000 Translator of Arabic literature [171]
Toby Litt MA, 1995 Novelist [171]
Philip MacCann MA Writer [172]
Deirdre Madden MA, 1985 Novelist [172]
James McCreet BA, 1992 Novelist [182]
Robert McGill MA, 2002 Writer [172]
Laura McGloughlin MA, 2007 Literary translator [18]
Nalin Mehta MA, 2003 Writer [18]
Sarah Emily Miano MA, 2002; PhD, 2007 Author [172]
Lucasta Miller PhD, 2007 Writer and journalist [18]
Tom Moran BA, 2009 Writer [18]
Esther Morgan MA, 1998 Poet [172]
Tom Morton-Smith BA, 2001 Playwright [172]
Syed Askar Mousavi BA, 1987 Writer [18]
Neel Mukherjee MA, 2001 Novelist [172]
Paul Murray MA, 2001 Novelist [172]
Sandra Newman MA, 2002 Writer [172]
John Osborne BA, 2000 Writer and poet [172]
Kathy Page MA, 1988 Novelist [183]
Glenn Patterson MA, 1986 Novelist [183]
Alex Pheby PhD, 2010 Novelist [183]
Christine Pountney MA, 1997 Author [183]
Dina Rabinovitch MA, 2000 Journalist and writer [183]
Mario Reading European Studies, 1972 Novelist [18]
Eleanor Rees MA, 2002 Poet [183]
Ben Rice MA, 2000 Novelist [183]
Sam Riviere PhD, 2013 Poet [183]
Eliza Robertson MA, 2012 Writer [183]
Monique Roffey BA, 1987 Writer [18]
Tatiana de Rosnay BA, 1984 Writer [18]
Anthony Sattin MA, 1984 Writer [173]
Simon Scarrow MA, 1992 Author [173]
James Scudamore MA, 2004 Novelist [173]
Owen Sheers MA, 1998 Author, poet and playwright [173]
Jeremy Sheldon MA, 1996 Novelist [173]
Robert Sheppard MA, 1979 Poet [173]
Guillermo Sheridan MA, 1986 Literary critic [33]
Kathryn Simmonds MA, 2002 Poet [173]
Clive Sinclair FRSL BA, 1969; PhD, 1983 Novelist [173]
Alexander Gordon Smith BA, 2003 Novelist [173]
Erin Soros PhD, 2014 Author [184]
Paul Stewart MA, 1979 Writer [173]
Margaret Stohl MA, 1988 Writer [18]
Jon Stone BA, 2004 Poet [173]
Andrea Stuart BA, 1984 Writer [185]
Julia Stuart MA, 2013 Novelist [173]
Todd Swift MA, 2004 Poet [173]
Hwee Hwee Tan BA, 1995 Novelist [173]
Mark Tilton MA, 1997 Screenwriter [173]
Carol Topolski MA, 2004 Novelist [173]
Erica Wagner MA, 1991 Author and literary editor of The Times [174]
Martin Walls BA, 1989 Poet [174]
Craig Warner MA, 2013 Playwright and screenwriter [174]
Thomas Warner MA, 2002 Poet [174]
Phil Whitaker MA, 1996 Novelist [174]
Matt Whyman MA, 1992 Novelist [174]
Clare Wigfall MA, 2000 Writer [174]
Luke Williams MA, 2002 Author [174]
D. W. Wilson MA, 2010; PhD, 2014 Author [174]
Snoo Wilson BA, 1969 Playwright [174]
Jennifer Wong MA, 2009 Writer and poet [174]
Gregory Woods BA, 1974; MA, 1975; PhD, 1983 Poet and author [174]
Luke Wright BA, 2003 Poet [174]

Economists[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Mario Luis Fuentes PhD, 1982 Director General of the Mexican Social Security Institute [186]
Engilbert Guðmundsson MSc, 1979 Director General of the Icelandic International Development Agency [187]
Jad Isaac PhD, 1979 Director General of the Applied Research Institute–Jerusalem [188]
Arjun Karki PhD, 2001 President of Rural Reconstruction Nepal [189]
Güven Sak MA, 1984 Founding member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the Central Bank of Turkey [190]
Richard Sandbrook BSc, 1968 Director of the International Institute for Environment and Development [191]

Business[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Ladi Balogun BSc, 1993 CEO of First City Monument Bank [192]
Joe Greenwell CBE BA, 1973 CEO of Jaguar Land Rover [193]
Tamara Ingram OBE BA, 1982 CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi [194]
Karen Jones CBE BA, 1978 Founder and CEO of Café Rouge and Punch Taverns [195]
Marcus Leaver BA, 1992 CEO of Quarto Group [196]
Tshediso Matona MSc, 1996 CEO of Eskom [197]
Mike Norris BSc, 1983 CEO of Computacenter [134]
Brendan O'Neill PhD, 1973 CEO of ICI and Diageo [195]
Robert Schofield BA, 1973 CEO of Premier Foods [198]
Alexander Smith BSc, 1973 CEO of Pier 1 Imports [199]
David Tabizel BA, 1986 Co-founder of Autonomy [200]

Religion[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Ed Condry BA, 1974 Bishop of Ramsbury [201]
Audrey Elkington PhD, 1983 Archdeacon of Bodmin [202]
Olivia Graham BA, 1984 Archdeacon of Berkshire [203]
Arthur Hawes BA, 1986 Archdeacon of Lincoln [204]
Garth Norman MEd, 1982 Archdeacon of Bromley & Bexley [205]
Stephen Waine BA, 1980 Archdeacon of Dorset [206]

Sport[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Wayne Barnes LLB, 2000 Rugby union referee [207]
Jessica Draskau-Petersson LLB, 2000 Olympic runner [208]
Mark Gribble BSc, 1992 Cricketer [209]
Natasha Howard BSc, 2002 Olympic rower [210]
Andy Ripley OBE BA, 1969 England rugby player [211]
James Vowles BSc, 2000 Mercedes Formula One Chief Strategist [18]
Phil Whelan BSc, 1993 Premier League footballer [212]

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