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 of the Case Tour will take place in Paris from June 4th till June 7th of 2020. Paris is a world known capital and is the bases for a number of world leading companies. This will give the participants the chance to visit within one week companies from sectors varying from strategy consultancy, over finance to technical companies.

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Requirements for students

Master students

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Dress code

The cases will be performed at the companies in a formal setting. We therefore require formal attire. More information will follow!


This is not a requirement. However, having a well-maintained LinkedIn page might do the trick.


Be willing to extend your network on the Case Tour 2020. This is a unique experience, so we are looking for participants who are highly motivated.

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Past experiences

What people say?

The Case Tour is an excellent opportunity to visit renowned companies and really get a feel of the activities each company is involved in. At every company we worked on a case that represented the challenges each company faces. (..) For a few hours we were allowed to look around, interview employees and try to come up with a solution to the assigned problem. At the end of the day we presented our solutions to the management of the site. It was really nice to see how a group of students from Delft was able to come up with some very innovative solutions that the people at the companies had not thought about yet in only a short amount of time."
Raoul de Jonge
Student TU Delft
Past participant