University Fellowships Mark

Morgan Stanley Scholarship

Morgan Stanley strives to build an organization that is diverse in experience and background but uniform in reflecting our standards of integrity and excellence. One way they demonstrate this commitment is through the Morgan Stanley Richard B. Fisher Scholarship Program, which is an integral part of our diversity recruiting efforts helping to attract Black, Hispanic, Native American, and LGBT college juniors and sophomores.

If selected as an RBF Scholar, you will receive a $15,000 scholarship for exceptional academic achievement following acceptance of a summer internship with Morgan Stanley. We encourage students of all majors and disciplines to apply. Many summer internships are available.

Technology Cyber Security Summer Analyst Program (Baltimore)

Summer Security Analysts (10 weeks) are recruited and placed into a specific software development, cyber security, or threat analysis team. These programs are designed to offer a real-world, project-based experience of what it’s like to be an information technologist for a top financial Firm.

2018 Technology Summer Analyst Program (New York)

Summer Software Analysts (10–14 weeks) are recruited and placed into a specific development, engineering or business analyst team. These programs are designed to offer a real-world, project-based experience of what it’s like to be a technologist for a top financial Firm.

Eligibility:

  • You have a cumulative GPA of 3.0/4.0.
  • You possess excellent problem-solving, communication, teamwork and analytical skills.
  • Experience in the financial services sector is not required.
  • Cyber Security: You must be studying towards a Bachelor’s or Master’s in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Software Engineering or other related technical majors. Superior technical skills, including a strong understanding of Linux /Unix and Windows, competency in at least one programming language (e.g., C, C++, Python, Java or C#), good comprehension of data structures, algorithms and complexity theory, strong database and scripting skills.
  • Threat Analyst: You must be studying towards a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Business, Economics, Computer Science, Engineering or other related major with a keen interest cybersecurity especially as it pertains to the financial services industry, along with documenting IT solution requirements (business, functional and/or technical), and strong technical knowledge.
  • Enterprise Engineering: You must be studying towards a Bachelor’s or Master’s in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Software Engineering or other related technical majors. Superior technical skills, including a strong understanding of Linux /Unix and Windows, competency in at least one programming language (e.g., C, C++, Java or C#), as well as experience in object-oriented development, good comprehension of data structures, algorithms and complexity theory, strong database and scripting skills.
  • Business Analyst: You must have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Business, Economics, Computer Science, Engineering or other related majors with a keen interest in the financial services industry, along with documenting IT solution requirements (business, functional and/or technical), and strong technical knowledge.

Deadlines: rolling

Information
Current Status: 
Sophomore, Junior
Duration of Award: 
Summer
Other: 
Underrepresented Groups
Procedure: 
Direct Submission
Fields of Study: 
Agricultural Sciences, Business, Communications and Journalism, Education, Health-related, Humanities and Social Sciences, Information Sciences and Technology, International Relations and Public Policy, STEM, Visual and Performing Arts
Semester of Application Deadline: 
Varies by Program

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