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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, especially 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 £15 million to ensure its delivery. In gratitude and appreciation for the generous contribution from the Monument Trust, the new expansion will be called the Simon Sainsbury Centre.

We need your help. We hope alumni, colleagues and supporters will consider a contribution towards the remaining £15 million in philanthropic funding needed. There are several options for you to make a gift towards the building; chiefly the opportunity to fund and name an individual space in the building, or to make a donation towards the cost of the building, as well as the opportunity to name an individual lecture theatre seat. With your philanthropic support, we can continue to grow, and in turn so will our global impact.

Naming opportunities

We still have a number of naming opportunities available to support the biggest capital development project in the School's history. Now more than ever, the world needs enlightened business leaders, and Cambridge Judge is helping to develop these future business leaders. We hope you will help us to expand our facilities and continue transforming the future of business. 

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
Individual lecture theatre seat £1,000

To discuss bespoke naming opportunities, please contact Matthew Jackson.

Personalise your seat

In addition to the naming opportunities listed above, in advance of the opening of the two new lecture theatres, the School is extending to alumni a fantastic opportunity to personalise your very own seat in the new lecture theatres for £1,000.

Please contact us to further discuss these opportunities and a member of the team will get back to you.

Alternatively, gifts can be made to fund a seat in the lecture theatre online.

Purchase a seat

We hope you will join us to support this expansion project - thank you for your consideration and your support and involvement in Cambridge Judge. The strength of our alumni and corporate community is a vital element of the School's success today and in the future.

Sir Paul Judge's legacy

Join us to further the legacy begun by Sir Paul 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

Watch a time-lapse video of the building work

Donate to the expansion project

Name an individual lecture seat for £1,000 or to make a donation towards the general costs of the building expansion project.

Donate now

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