Notable Alumni


James Hood, Hong Kong International Rugby player

Damian Hopley, Former England Rugby Player, chief executive of the Rugby Players' Association (RPA)

Liam Mooney, Former International Rugby Player

Tom Ransley, Olympic and World gold medallist (rowing)

Jimmy Richards, Hong Kong Rugby Player

Andy Ripley, England and British Lions rugby player

Marco Rivaro, Italian International Rugby player

Mark Robinson, All Black

Dan Vickerman, Rugby player and Australian International


Politics and Government

Gilberto Arias, Former Ambassador of Panama to the UK

Beata Baumann, Head of Angela Merkel's office

Jurgen Brautmeier, Director of the Media Authority of North Rhine-Westfalia

Annette Brooke, Liberal Democrat MP

Chung-Hsin Hsu, Legislator, Taiwan

Paula Marcela Moreno Zapata, former Minister of Culture, Colombia

Andrew Murrison, Conservative MP for Westbury; Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Northern Ireland Office

Gabor Scheiring, Hungarian economist and politician, member of the National Assembly (MP) from Politics Can Be Different (LMP)

Marco Silvi, Deputy Head of Mission, Italian Embassy in Nairobi

Patrick Van Roy, Advisor, National Bank of Belgium


Judge Jonas Alberg, Swedish Judge

Michael Heron, Solicitor General of NZ

Judge Evan Wallach, Circuit Judge


James Ettedgui, Director of Appanova Ltd

Ronen Givon, Founder, Hummus Bros

Neil Grossman, Founding Partner, TKNG Capital

Liam Mooney, Entrepreneur

Edward Packe-Drury-Lowe, Owner of the UK’s largest Solar Farm

Bruce Steinberg, Investor and MTV pioneer

Literature, Academia and the Arts

Dr Arshin Adib-Moghaddam, Professor in Global Thought and Comparative Philosophies and Chair of the Centre for Iranian Studies at the London Middle East Institute

Theo Hobson, British theologian and writer

Robert Powell, Professor, University of California

Netta Syrett, English writer of the late Victorian period

Alison Uttley, children’s author


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