Unlike many of the CS majors, Physics undergraduates have a hard time getting internships at startups, and some of the bigger companies have us do works that's simply boring or unrelated (ie database management, front-end web programming, etc). I know there are a couple quants that hang out on these forums. Any recommendations on landing an investment banking/quantitative finance internship? me: 3rd year physics undergraduate. sample courses include fluid mechanics, computational fluid mechanics, algorithms, numerical analysis of higher order differential equations, Fourier analysis and partial differential equations, statistical mechanics along with the set of standard physics and math courses. skills include: C/C++, R, Matlab, Verilog. Experience with FPGA, microcontroller programming, high speed DAQ systems. I am also planning on being very familiar with the Hull book before the summer, and have practiced implementations of the Black-Scholes equation. Please help me in reaching the right people for such internships. Do not hesitate to PM me or contact me off-board.