The University of Nottingham (informally known as Nottingham University or Nottingham) is a public research university based in Nottingham, England. Its main site, University Park Campus, is situated on the outskirts of the City of Nottingham. Tracing its roots to 1881, Nottingham is one of the oldest and largest institutions of British higher education. Nottingham is organised into five faculties and offers about 50 subjects. In 2010/11, Nottingham had 30,370 full-time students and 2,735 full-time staff based on its UK campuses. In the same year, Nottingham had a total income of 511 million. The university is associated with three Nobel Prize winners and its graduates include D.H. Lawrence and Sir Andrew Witty. Its alumni have won 11 Olympic medals in the last 20 years. The university is located in seven sites; five in Nottingham, one in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and one in Ningbo, China.