Are you conducting an innovative research project on derivatives?
Be a candidate for The Canadian Derivatives Exchange Scholars Program.
2016-2017 academic year
– Two (2) graduate scholarships (M.Sc., DES, MBA, EMBA) of $10,000
– Two (2) postgraduate scholarships (Ph.D., DBA, EDBA) of $25,000
Field of studies
Finance, mathematics, economy, financial engineering, strategy, accounting, actuarial or any other related discipline
– Be registered in a full-time graduate or postgraduate program in a Canadian university.
– Conduct a research project (essay, paper, thesis or article) on exchange-traded derivatives or any topic related to the Montréal Exchange’s business.
– Conduct a research project in whole or in part during the referred academic year of The Canadian Derivatives Exchange Scholars Program.
– Applicant’s form duly completed
– Plan of the research project (two pages maximum)
– Letter of motivation (one page maximum)
– Curriculum vitae (CV)
– Official transcript of all previous university studies
– Two referrals or evaluation forms (to your choice) submitted individually at www.m-x.ca/scholars. One of the referrals must be from the Research Director and the second can be academic or professional.
Friday, June 3, 2016 at 5:00 (EDT)
Complete the applicant’s form at: www.m-x.ca/scholars
Send an email to: email@example.com
– Léon Bitton, Vice-President, Research and Development, Montréal Exchange
– Pierre-Paul Côté, Lawyer
– Brian Gelfand, Vice-President and Chief Regulatory Officer, Montréal Exchange
– Maher Kooli, Professor, ESG-UQAM
– Sylvain Perreault, Chief Compliance Officer, Desjardins Group
– Demonstrate the innovative aspect of the research project.
– Demonstrate interest in research and show enthusiasm toward chosen topic.
– Demonstrate leadership and initiative in academic or professional activities.
– Demonstrate outstanding academic performance.
– The proof of enrolment in a full-time graduate program is required for The Canadian Derivatives Exchange Scholars Program instalment.
– Scholar candidates are not restricted to The Canadian Derivatives Exchange Scholars Program and can apply for additional scholarships.