- For pre-1970 alumni see Catholic University of Leuven#Notable alumni.
- Leon Bekaert (b. 1958), economics, businessman
- Paul Bulcke (b. 1954), economics, businessman, CEO of Nestlé
- Jan Callewaert, economics, founder of Option N.V.
- Mathew Chandrankunnel (b. 1958), professor of philosophy of science at Dharmaram Vidya Kshetram
- Mathias Cormann (b. 1970), Belgian-born Australian Senator
- Jo Cornu, engineer
- Joan Daemen (b. 1965), cryptographer, one of the designers of Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).
- Noël Devisch(b. 1943 ), agriculture
- Julien De Wilde (b. 1967), civil engineer, businessman
- Gabriel Fehervari, (b. 1970) law, businessman
- Georges Meekers (b. 1965), Belgian-born wine writer and educator
- Willy Geysen, law, head of the Centre for Intellectual Property Rights (CIR)
- Dr. A. Q. Khan (b. 1935), Founder of Pakistan's Nuclear Program.
- Rudi Pauwels, pharmacologist, (b. 1960) co-founder of Tibotec and Virco
- Vincent Rijmen (b. 1970), cryptographer, one of the designers of Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).
- Guðmundur Steingrímsson (b. 1972), Icelandic politician
- Francine Swiggers, economics, businesswoman
- Frans Vanistendael, law
- Marc Van Ranst (b. 1965), physician, virologist
- Herman Van Rompuy (1947 - ), Belgian statesman. Appointed President of the European Council in November 2009.
- Catherine Verfaillie, (b. 1957) physician, stem cell scientist
- Koen Vervaeke (b. 1959), history, diplomat
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