Management teaching and research begins in the University's Engineering Department.
New Institute of Management Studies is founded
Our graduate programmes are launched
Benefactions from Sir Paul and Lady Judge, together with the Monument Trust, provide funds for the construction of a new building. Architect John Outram was appointed to the project.
We take a lease on offices near Mill Lane, a useful space for our growing number of PhD students and research assistants.
We move into the iconic new building on the site of the old Addenbrookes Hospital.
Professor Dame Sandra Dawson becomes Director.
The Queen formally opens the new business school, then named the Judge Institute of Management Studies.
Work is carried out on the building's top floor to provide more accommodation for research staff.
We expand into Keynes House and houses on Trumpington Street.
The School is renamed Cambridge Judge Business School.
Professor Arnoud De Meyer becomes Director.
Our specialist, post-experience Master of Finance degree is launched.
Our Executive MBA programme is launched.
Professor Geoff Meeks becomes Acting Director.
Professor Christoph Loch becomes Director.