From television and sport to research and government, the University of Birmingham has outstanding alumni across all sectors, including the Nobel prize-winning geneticist Sir Paul Nurse (BSc Biology, 1970), television and theatre actress Tamsin Greig (BA Drama and Theatre Arts, 1988) and former Manchester United Chief Executive and FA Vice-Chairman David Gill (BCom Industrial, Economic and Business Studies, 1978).
See what our alumni have been up to since leaving Birmingham.
We have a proud tradition of graduates who go on to achieve greatness.
Our guide for graduates contains many hints and tips for life after University.
Recognises Birmingham alumni who have made a valuable contribution to the University, the community or their professional field.
The donor roll of honour recognises all current or recent donors. We hope you will consider us next time you give to charity.
A large number of our graduates remain local and make a significant economic and social regional impact - hear their stories.
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