More than a school –

your career starts here!

History

The German Milling School Braunschweig (DMSB) looks back on more than one hundred years of history - our offer, however, is future-oriented. It includes education in modern facilities, an elaborate concept and application-oriented courses. A certificate from our school opens up the best opportunities for the future.

This is mainly due to the close cooperation of businesses, science and the DMSB which ensures practice-oriented education and state-of-the-art facilities. Financial support by the DMSB foundation enables the school to make even large investments.

Guest lecturers and events organised by the students’ union "Glückzu” ensure a lively exchange with companies from the milling industry. Thus, our students gain not only sound basic knowledge but become part of a lifelong network.

A wide range of opportunities 

Graduates of the DMSB (German Miller School Braunschweig) do not only run milling plants. Thanks to the focus on mill-related plant engineering, they can choose from a wide range of career possibilities in all bulk industries.

STAFF

JÜRGEN BEISSNER

Headmaster

Dipl.-Ing. UWE SCHULZ

Mathematics,
physics and mechanical
engineering, automation,
electrical and
measurement technology,
control technology

Dr. SABINE MEYER

Grain-science,
animal nutrition,
animal feed law,
special feed analysis

STEFANIE SASSE

German
English

GEORG BÖTTCHER

Director of Studies

Milling processes
(conveyors and silos)
Cereals and flour analysis,
bakery technology

Dipl.-Ing. GABRIELE LÜHR

Leadership / vocational and occupational education, business administration, operation management

Lisa Rieke

Trainee teacher

Food science,
Mathematics

ASSOCIATED TEACHERS

SILVIA HÜBNER

Bühler GmbH,
Braunschweig

 

System planning,
project management
and engineering

THORSTEN LUCHT

F.H. Schule
Mühlenbau GmbH,
Reinbek

 

Process technology,
specialty milling

ANDREAS EBERTZ

Bühler GmbH,
Braunschweig

 

System planning
and technical
communication / CAD

Dr. rer.nat. KLAUS-D. NEUMANN

IFF Thune
(International
Association of
Feed Technology)

 

Compound feed production,
feed technology

STEFAN LUNGWITZ

Amandus Kahl,
Reinbek

 

Feed plant design

Dipl.-Ing. ERNST-HENNING KRACKE

Self-employed
civil engineer

 

Warehouse and
handling technologies,
statics and mechanics
teaching, silo and
mill construction

The foundation

The foundation “Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig” cooperates with companies and associations of various industries which give non-material and financial support to the “Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig”. The members of the foundation – companies as well as private persons – are active in the field of milling, milling-related plant engineering, the production of compound feed and the supply industry.

The support by the foundation ensures that the DMSB remains a state-of-the-art school that meets all requirements of the business and produces managers in the field of milling, compound feed production and plant engineering.

For more information, visit the website of the foundation: www.foerderverein-dmsb.de

 

 

THE FOUNDATION

Download the current brochure of the foundation here

FLYER FOUNDATION (German)

THE STUDENTS’ UNION "GLÜCK ZU"

For more than 130 years, our contacts have formed into a global network.

In our student residence, we rent out affordable rooms for students of the DMSB. 

It is also the venue of all events organized by the “Activitas” – lectures by experts from industry and science, BBQs on the terrace by the river Oker or study groups.

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Region

In the university town Braunschweig, tradition meets modernity. The town is characterized by historic buildings, local parks and a high quality of life.

  • The city centre is surrounded by the river Oker and abundant with green space.
  • In the evenings, the “Magniviertel”, the “Kultviertel” and the “Pubstreet” in the “Bültenweg” pulsate with life”.
  • Sport enthusiasts may indulge in canoeing, football, cycling or running.

All in all, there are about 20,000 students in Braunschweig, most of them enrolled at the Technical University, the oldest of its kind in Germany.

Braunschweig being very popular as a place to do business, many companies have settled in the region.
The citizens of Braunschweig are also proud of their cultural offer: Museums, theatre, film and town festivals ensure constant entertainment.