The UCLA Anderson School of Management is proud to showcase our first class of Master of Financial Engineering candidates for internships and full time employment opportunities.
The average age of our graduate student is 29 years old. Twenty-three percent are Ph.D.s and 46% already hold master's degrees. Forty-three percent have undergraduate majors in engineering, 13% in economics, 13% in computer science and 10% in math.
Internships: Our program requires all of our students to complete a summer internship related to financial engineering. Students are available for internships beginning mid-June through mid-September. The class will have completed two-thirds of their coursework by the time they start their internships. Internships may be in, but not limited to, model construction, quantitative research, asset management and risk analysis issues.
Full time positions: Our class will be ready for hire January 2010
Curriculum: A list of the MFE coursework (taught by UCLA's top rated finance faculty), showing you the breadth and depth of study our students must complete for the MFE degree is listed on the MFE Curriculum webpage.
We look forward to working with you this year in helping you meet your employment needs. Please feel free to contact us if you would like to:
- schedule an information session
- schedule an interview session
- request a copy of our Student Resume book