List of alumni of the University of York

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The University of York, although founded comparatively recently, in 1963, has among its alumni many who have become notable, including at least fifteen Members of the UK Parliament, five members of the House of Lords, two Members of the Scottish Parliament, one MEP and several ministers of non-UK governments. The university is also strongly represented by alumni educated in its founding strengths in the liberal arts such as English literature, social sciences, economics, philosophy, mediaeval history, and music. More recently, due to expansion into areas of technology, it has also produced notable computer scientists.

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