I am reading Physics and Mathematics at a top UK university. I would like to eventually have a job in quantitative finance. Reading the forums I have learnt that it is conventional for applicants to be at least an MSc and are usually physics Phds. This is good, but I do not wish to take education any further after I finish my BSc. I would like to know, as a penultimate year student, what I should be doing exactly to ensure I have the best chances (if any) of getting into an area like this. Internships for things like software development in finance that aren't specifically for computer science undergraduates have been difficult for me to find. Any answers or direction would be much appreciated!