How to Apply

Application Procedure for the Student Managed Fund

 

Stamford Campus Applicants:

We are looking for committed, motivated, and disciplined individuals who are interested in understanding the valuation of companies, and which to see the process applied in practice. This skillset will be useful for students who wish to pursue a career investments, money management and many other careers in finance.

Our selection criteria include academic abilities, professional history, and an appetite for working in an intense team environment. As directed by both the School of Business and UConn, diversity will also factor into the decision.

All SMF applicants must complete the following:

  • 2018 Application Form: please click HERE to access. This form must be fully completed and signed to process your application in a timely manner. Attach additional pages if you need more space.
  • Two Letters of Recommendation: please click HERE to access. Preferably one from a School of Business faculty and one from a person of your choice (employer, mentor, another faculty member, etc.)
  • Statement of Purpose: on why you would be a good fit as a member of the SMF program (maximum of one page, 1.5 spacing).
  • Resume: maximum of two pages.

Application deadline (Stamford) is April 18th, 2018!  Please send all materials to Marlys.Rizzi@UConn.edu or bring to Room 130 on the Stamford Campus.


 

Hartford Graduate Applicants:

We are looking for committed, motivated, and disciplined individuals who are interested in understanding the valuation of companies, and which to see the process applied in practice. This skillset will be useful for students who wish to pursue a career investments, money management and many other careers in finance.

Our selection criteria include academic abilities, professional history, and an appetite for working in an intense team environment. As directed by both the School of Business and UConn, diversity will also factor into the decision.

All SMF applicants must complete the following:

  • 2018 Application Form: please click HERE to access. This form must be fully completed and signed to process your application in a timely manner. Attach additional pages if you need more space.
  • Two Letters of Recommendation: please click HERE to access. Preferably one from a School of Business faculty and one from a person of your choice (employer, mentor, another faculty member, etc.)
  • Statement of Purpose: on why you would be a good fit as a member of the SMF program (maximum of one page, 1.5 spacing).
  • Resume: maximum of two pages.

If you are interested in applying to the SMF, please contact Laurel Grisamer of the School of Business Finance Dept., room 462, by emailing her at Laurel.Grisamer@uconn.edu for additional information.

Application deadline (Hartford) was April 13th, 2018.


 

Storrs Undergraduate Applicants:

FNCE 3302 (Investments) is highly recommended and a student without FNCE 3302 will only be accepted under exceptional circumstances. Application period is currently closed until Spring 2019. 

We are looking for committed, motivated, and disciplined individuals who are interested in understanding the valuation of companies, and which to see the process applied in practice. This skillset will be useful for students who wish to pursue a career investments, money management and many other careers in finance.

Our selection criteria include academic abilities, professional history, and an appetite for working in an intense team environment. As directed by both the School of Business and UConn, diversity will also factor into the decision.

All SMF applicants must complete the following:

  • 2018 Application Form: please click HERE to access. This form must be fully completed and signed to process your application in a timely manner. Attach additional pages if you need more space.
  • Two Letters of Recommendation: please click HERE to access. Preferably one from a School of Business faculty and one from a person of your choice (employer, mentor, another faculty member, etc.)
  • Statement of Purpose: on why you would be a good fit as a member of the SMF program (maximum of one page, 1.5 spacing).
  • Resume: maximum of two pages.

If you are interested in applying to the SMF, please contact Laurel Grisamer of the School of Business Finance Dept., room 462, by emailing her at Laurel.Grisamer@uconn.edu for additional information.