Famous Alumni of University Of Manchester - Celebrities from University Of Manchester
Formed in 2004 after the merger of the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology and the Victoria University of Manchester, the University of Manchester is a redbrick, public research university in England. With almost 40,000 students, the University of Manchester is the second largest university in the United Kingdom and the largest single-site university. It has a great blend of students of different diversities hailing from different corners of the world. According to QS World University Rankings, it was ranked 29th in the world in 2016. It was also voted ‘the most targeted university’ with an astonishing rate of students who apply for admissions here. The campus is spread out across Manchester and is easily accessible by one and all. The highly-qualified faculty which includes famous scientists, economists, novelists and Nobel Laureates create an impeccable learning environment by incorporating world-leading research, expertise and technology to everyday learning. The excellence of the university is reflected in its programs, particularly in the life sciences, engineering, economics, humanities and sociology departments. The university, in fact teaches more academic topics than any other university in the United Kingdom. A number of noteworthy people have completed their education in the University of Manchester, such as John Dalton (founder of modern atomic theory), Ernst Rutherford (nuclear physicist), Benedict Cumberbatch and James Chadwick. Keeping reading to know some of the most distinguished alumni’s from the University of Manchester who have left their mark on the world.
Check out the list of notable University Of Manchester alumni. Some of the notable University Of Manchester students are Ludwig Wittgenstein, J. J. Thomson, James Chadwick, Anthony Burgess and Henry Moseley.
The Most Famous Alumni of University Of Manchester
|J. J. Thomson||December 18, 1856||British||J.J|
|Phil Collins||January 30, 1951||British||Phil Collins (Philip David Charles Collins) is an English musician, drummer, singer, and actor|
|Charles Thomson Rees Wilson||February 14, 1869||British||Charles Thomson Rees Wilson was a Scottish meteorologist and physicist|
|Norman Foster||June 1, 1935||British||Norman Robert Foster often referred to as the ‘hero of high-tech’ is one of the most distinguished British architects|
|James Chadwick||October 20, 1891||British||Sir James Chadwick CH was an English physicist, who won the 1935 Nobel Prize in Physics for his discovery of neutron|
|Henry Moseley||November 23, 1887||British||Henry Moseley was a renowned English physicist who developed the Moseley’s Law in the field of x-ray spectroscopy|
|Michael Smith (Chemist)||April 26, 1932||Canadian||Michael Smith was a British-born Canadian biochemist who won a share of the 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry|
|Arthur Eddington||December 28, 1882||British||Arthur Eddington was one of the most renowned astronomers of 19th century and has many scientific achievements to his credit|
|Norman Haworth||March 19, 1883||British||Sir Norman Haworth was a British Chemist who received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1937|
|Milo Yiannopoulos||October 18, 1984||British||Milo Yiannopoulos is a British technology journalist|