Learn how the MFE helped Aude transition from ENSAE to NYC


Aude Barthelemy received her Master's Degree in Applied Math, Statistics & Economics from ENSAE ParisTech, a top university in France.

After interning at HSBC in Paris as an Equity Derivatives Structurer, Aude applied for the Berkeley MFE and joined the 2012-13 class. During the program's fall internship period, she worked as an intern at Citi on the CVA Quantitative Analysis team.

Aude graduated from the MFE program in March 2013 and was the valedictorian of her graduating class.  After graduating, the MFE program helped her to land a full-time position at Goldman Sachs in New York City, where she is currently a Vice President in the Derivatives Analysis team.

Learn more about the MFE program at mfe.berkeley.edu.  For information on placement, you can view our placement reports.

 “The Berkeley MFE Program helped us develop strong quantitative skills, but what made the program unique was the preparation for interviews and the 3-month internship in the fall. It allowed us to apply the skills and tools that we learned during the first part of the program." -- Aude Barthelemy, MFE class of 2013

About The Author

The Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering Program, a STEM designated degree, provides you with the knowledge and skills to prepare you for a career in the finance/fintech industry.