Internships and supervised projects
To complete the Master’s program in Mathematical and Computational Finance, students must do an internship or supervised project. These are opportunities to acquire research experience in an industry or academic setting.
Students in this program may do a business internship, where they will acquire industry experience in mathematical finance. There is no placement service at present for such internships, but opportunities do occasionally arise. Watch this section for internship postings.
This section also lists a number of strategic partner organizations where our students have done internships in the past and/or that have recruited our graduates. If you are interested in an internship, they are good places to start looking.
Our program also has various strategic partners offering international opportunities for our students. Under these agreements, students may go abroad on a university exchange, earn a diploma recognized in France and do a business internship abroad.
The program also includes the option of doing a research project supervised by a faculty member on theoretical or practical aspects of mathematical finance. Such projects are an opportunity to put the concepts covered in coursework into practice in an institutional setting, while exploring the recent scientific literature in the field of mathematical finance in greater depth.
Here you will find postings by professors with suggested topics for supervised projects. If you are interested in one of these projects, you should contact the researcher in question directly.
Questions about internships or supervised projects?
Fabian Bastin (Program supervisor) 514 343-6952
TGDE 2e cycle (TGDE) 514 343-6111, ext. 1695