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Employers: Connect with QCF

The QCF program is your partner in hiring our students. We are pleased to form relationships that result in a two-way street, matching our talent with your hiring needs. We welcome creative collaboration between our program and your company through recruitment and partnership.


If you are interested in posting positions, hosting company information sessions or on campus interviews, please contact QCF's dedicated  who will work directly with you and our students to efficiently find the right QCF intern or full-time hire for your company.

  • Information Sessions: you can share company and position information and interact with QCF students seeking summer internships and/or full-time positions Fridays (business hours) or Wednesday evenings. Companies typically provide refreshments during lunch/dinner hours (information on catering/logistics available).
  • Job Postings: the QCF Corporate Relations Manager can share internship and full-time job opportunities directly with students, gathering resumes/cover letters/application materials from those interested to share with you directly. Please include:
    • Position title and description, start date, compensation range, preferred method of application (resumes and/or online process), application deadline, location, eligibility for international students
  • Phone and On Campus Interviews: QCF Corporate Relations Manager can schedule phone interviews for selected candidates or on-campus interviews at the Scheller College of Business, where wifi and lunch are provided for recruiters.
  • Resume Books: please contact Corporate Relations Manager for the most recent Resume Books for full-time and/or internship seeking QCF students. There is no fee.


The QCF program is tuned in to the business needs of our recruiting partners. We welcome creative collaboration to form talent pipelines with companies who have regular hiring or project needs:

  • Projects: benefit from students' modeling, computational and financial skillsets through hands-on problem solving supervised by your company and our faculty
  • Corporate Partnership: consider establishing an ongoing relationship by supporting the QCF program
  • Guest Lectures: industry professionals may participate in a Speaker Series
  • Other: we are open to connecting the classroom to your industry in many ways
Recruiting Calendar

Most QCF students graduate each December, with a smaller pool available each May. August-October is the most advantageous time for on-campus and virtual recruitment for full-time students, with most offers accepted in November and December. Summer internship recruitment also begins in August for the following year, and continues through January and February.

  • Information Sessions: all year
  • August-September:
    • Resume Books available (Full-Time and Summer Internship candidates)
  • August-October:
    • Suggested Information Sessions to present company and position information to 2nd year students (graduating December), and/or 1st year students (seeking summer internships)
    • Application period for full-time and internship positions
  • October-November:
    • Final round interviews (on- or off- campus) for December graduates (suggested)
    • Interviews for summer interns (suggested timeline for most competitive selection of candidates)
  • December:
    • Most QCF students graduate in December; some graduate each May or August
  • January-February:
    • Recruit for summer interns
  • March-April:
    • Interview May graduates (full-time) and "late round" summer internships
  • May-August:
    • Summer internships
Program Summary

The Master's in Quantitative and Computational Finance is a collaboration among Georgia Tech's Scheller College of Business, H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering, and the School of Mathematics. Students develop understanding of finance theory and practical institutional details, build a strong foundation in complex mathematical modeling, and learn to implement financial models on big data through a variety of statistical techniques using multiple programming languages like R, SAS, C++, Python and Matlab. These skills will be useful in structuring transactions, managing risk, constructing investment strategies, and analyzing financial data.

The quality of the students who graduate from our program is among the best in the world, as recognized by QuantNet and The Financial Engineer as among the top ten programs of its kind. Students are admitted from a competitive pool based on exceptional academic record as well as motivation and eagerness to succeed. We admit around 50 students in each cohort, resulting in approximately that many seeking summer internships, with equal number seeking full-time employment each year.