Our alumni have achieved success in a range of fields - these are just some examples of the many former students who have gone on to achieve great things. We also create a number of honorary graduates each year in recognition of their outstanding contribution to society or academia.
If you are a past student and would like to get in touch please contact our alumni team.
Professor Datuk Mohamed Salleh - Founding Director of the United Nations University International Institute for Global Health (UNU-IIGH).
Dr Raymond F. Schinazi - Widely recognised for his contributions in the field of HIV and hepatitis B, more than 90% of HIV infected individuals take at least one of the drugs he invented.
Professor Douglas G. Altman - Founder and Director of Centre for Statistics in Medicine and Cancer Research UK Medical Statistics Group.
Florence Muringi Wambugu - World expert in plant bio-technology. She is known for her advocacy of using biotechnology to increase food production in Africa.
Dr David Skrbina - Pioneer of ecophilosophy, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan.
Tony Kendle - Foundation Director at the Eden Project responsible for overseeing the education programme, science outreach and horticulture.
Arts and media
Ash Atalla - TV producer responsible for producing The Office, The IT Crowd and Man Stroke Woman.
Nigel Sharrocks - Chief Executive Officer of Aegis Media Global Brands, former Managing Director of Warner Bros where he oversaw the release of the Harry Potter and Matrix franchises.
Sue Ryan - Media consultant, Director of the Henley Literary Festival and former Managing Editor of the Daily Telegraph.
Stewart Till CBE - Chief Executive of Sonar Entertainment, former Chairman and Chief Executive of United International Pictures.
Neil Fox - Radio DJ and TV presenter, former student presenter on University of Bath radio. Holder of nine Sony awards.
Mark Hawkins - Managing Director of Twofour Group, a television producer and digital agency responsible for programmes like Horizon, The Hotel Inspector and Harry's Arctic Heroes.
Simon Pitts - Director of Strategy and Transformation at ITV.
Katherine Roberts - Author, best known for her fantasy trilogy The Echorium Sequence.
Business and technology
Justin King CBE - Chief Executive Officer of Sainsbury's. He was previously Director of Food at Marks and Spencer.
Neil Holloway - President of Microsoft’s Europe, Middle East and Africa region.
Thomas Pellereau - Inventor and winner of the seventh series of The Apprentice, creator of the Stylfile collection of curved nail files.
Bob Wigley - Former Senior Vice President and Chairman of Merrill Lynch EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa).
Sir Julian Horn-Smith - Former Chief Operating Office of Vodafone. In 2004 he received a knighthood in the Queen's Birthday Honours for his services to international telecommunications.
Lieutenant General Sir Robert Fry KCB, CBE - Executive Chairman of the McKinney Rogers Group, former Vice President of Hewlett Packard, served as Commandant General Royal Marines.
Government, charity and public policy
David Carpenter - Former Director of the National Lottery Sports Fund, he was instrumental in developing and directing sports funding from grass-roots to elite performance.
Belinda Phipps - Chief Executive of the National Childbirth Trust, previously the first female marketing manager at Glaxo Pharmaceuticals.
Air Chief Marshall Sir Stephen Gary George Dalton - Chief of the Air Staff, the professional head of the Royal Air Force.
David Bull - Executive Director of UNICEF UK, former Director of Amnesty International's UK section.
Yang Jiechi - Foreign Minister of the People's Republic of China, previously served as Ambassador in the United States.
Tony Kerpel MBE - Adviser to President de Klerk in South Africa in 1993-1994 during transition to black majority rule.
Don Foster - Liberal Democrat MP for Bath.
Sandra Gidley - Former Liberal Democrat MP for Romsey.
Heather Stanning - Winner of Team GB's first gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, the first ever Olympic gold medal for British women's rowing.
Amy Williams MBE - Former skeleton racer who won gold at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver and silver in the 2009 World Championships.
Steve Borthwick - Rugby Union player who played for Bath Rugby before leaving for Saracens. He captained the senior England Rugby Union team between 2008 and 2010.
Kate Howey MBE - One of Britain's greatest judo players, she represented Great Britain at four Olympic Games; winning bronze at Barcelona in 1992 and silver in Sydney. She was selected to carry the British flag at the opening ceremony of the 2004 Olympics in Athens.
Sam Weale - Sam became the first British man to win an individual medal at a modern pentathlon European Championships in 2010. He represented Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
Ben Rushgrove - Bronze medal winner in the T36 200m at the 2012 Paralympics, he won silver in the T36 100m event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.
Marilyn Okoro - 400m and 800m runner who made her Olympic debut in Beijing 2008 and represented England at the Melbourne Commonwealth Games.
Barry Scollo - Former professional tennis player, Lawn Tennis Association coach of the year 2009.