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Building and facilities

In 2016 Cambridge Judge Business School embarked on an exciting site expansion project which has united our intellectual community under one roof, in the Simon Sainsbury Centre, allowing even greater collaboration and cross-pollination of ideas.

Thanks to the generosity of donors and supporters, especially the Monument Trust (a Sainsbury Family Charitable Trust), the School has made great strides to finalise the philanthropic funding needed for the building. However, we still need your help. Several of the world class spaces in the Simon Sainsbury Centre and the original Addenbrooke's Building are available for naming opportunities.

We hope alumni, colleagues and friends of the School will consider making a contribution that would enable you to have a lasting legacy at Cambridge Judge and the University of Cambridge.

Your contribution would enable the Business School to continue focusing on creating the leaders of tomorrow through teaching, research and deep engagement with our global network of supporters.

Space Cost
Iconic open space £2,500,000
Lecture theatres £2,000,000
Main restaurant £2,000,000
Private dining suite £2,000,000
Outside courtyard £1,500,000
Large seminar rooms £1,000,000
Medium seminar rooms £800,000
Breakout rooms £200,000
Small meeting rooms £100,000

To discuss bespoke naming opportunities, please contact the Development Team.

Sir Paul Judge's legacy

Join us to further the legacy begun by Sir Paul Judge and Lady Anne Judge by helping to expand Cambridge Judge Business School.

Sir Paul and his former wife Lady Anne Judge donated £8 million in 1990 to Cambridge Judge Business School, which, along with a generous donation from The Monument Trust (a Sainsbury Family Charitable Trust) enabled the redevelopment of our iconic building. 

Learn more about Sir Paul's contribution

Sir Paul’s contribution paved the way for the successes of Cambridge Judge that have followed in the years since and he will forever be remembered by the School and the wider Cambridge community for his involvement, leadership and support.

Sir Paul Judge

Donate to the CJBS Building fund

Make a donation towards buildings and facilities at Cambridge Judge.

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US taxpayers

You can contribute via Cambridge in America (US 501-C-3 organisation).

Please specify your gift is for: Cambridge Judge Business School Building Fund.

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Find out more about naming opportunities

Explore naming a space at the School.

Contact the Development Team

Christoph Loch, Director of Cambridge Judge Business School
Knowledge creation cannot happen in a vacuum. We are bringing the sharpest of minds in industry into the heart of Cambridge Judge, to turn it into a gigantic idea generation lab.
Professor Christoph Loch, Director of Cambridge Judge Business School