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Growth and ambition

The School is bursting at the seams and our facilities now impose the only constraint upon our ambition. We have embarked on an exciting £32 million site expansion project, which will transform CJBS into a large-scale idea and impact generation lab, and will unite our intellectual community under one roof, allowing even greater collaboration and cross-pollination of ideas.

Thanks to the generosity of donors and supporters including the Monument Trust, which contributed £13 million towards the project, we have already raised almost 70 per cent of the financing required for the new building but we still need to secure £10 million to ensure its delivery.

This is an opportunity to transform the School and its future and we invite you to help. With your support, we will be able to provide the best possible environment in which to deliver ground-breaking research and to nurture future generations of business leaders. As we continue to grow, so will our global impact. 

Then, now and beyond...

Keep up to date with the current building project and watch a timelapse of the progress so far. From foundations to the fourth floor - it will be finished before you know it! 

Explore pictures of the building - from when the site was Addenbrooke's Hospital; to the opening of the School 25 years ago, and the site expansion project.  

Donate to the building project

Help us fulfil our ambitions by gifting toward the Simon Sainsbury Centre.

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Christoph Loch, Director of Cambridge Judge Business School
The new building will help us to bring our academic community under one roof, to increase exchange and communication and therefore creativity, which will enable us to netter support ideas and to better serve our students and the wider community in Cambridge.
Professor Christoph Loch, Director of Cambridge Judge Business School