About

The Case Tour is a unique opportunity for companies and Master students of the faculty of Applied Physics of the Delft University of Technology. During the Case Tour 25 students will visit three world leading companies from different branches where they will attend company presentations and work on challenging cases. Besides the official program the students will also get the chance to know the company and its employees in a social environment during dinners or evening programmes. The next edition will take from June 4th till June 7th 2020.

The quality of participating students of the Case Tour of Applied Physics is what sets us apart. Not only are the students of Applied Physics of the Delft University of Technology among the best in their field, the analytical and problem-solving skills taught in the intense program result in a very wide range of skills applicable in fields ranging from finance and investments to logistics. 

What do we offer?

Partners choose students

Each partner is given the opportunity to rank the registered students. The ranking will be used to determine which 25 students can participate in the Case Tour. Partners can choose to use a 'veto' to have more control. This selection results in a group of 25 'high-potentials'.

One-on-one contact

During the Case Tour, partners are given the option to organise a social event such as a diner or drinks. This is a unique opportunity to come into contact with a group of high-potential students at the end of their education. Most of these students are looking for traineeships, graduation projects or internships.

Recruitment opportunity

We offer you a recruiting opportunity in which you can put our students to work on a case of your choosing. Moreover, your company name will be promoted and highlighted enormously before, during and after the Case Tour, not only for the participating students but for a large group of TU Delft students.

Large skillset

Our Applied Physics students are known for their analytical thinking and complex problem solving skillset, and therefore fit in a wide range of jobs. Graduates typically enter fields such as finance, consultancy and logistics.

Facts & Figures

Graduate Emplyability Ranking in the world (1st in The Netherlands)

University Ranking in the world for engineering and technology

of graduates have a job within 3 months