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A CENTURY-OLD TRADITION
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OPPORTUNITIES
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Studying at the Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig (DMSB)

Forward-looking study programs

The Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig (DMSB) has a proud history dating back more than a century, yet its offering is forward-looking. It provides vocational training that incorporates state-of-the-art equipment, a well-thought-out concept and applications-related content. Those who have studied here are given superb opportunities for the future.

One of the main reasons for this is the close interaction between business, science and the DMSB. The focus is on practical relevance, and practitioners ensure that the school is superbly equipped. Supported by a proactive booster club, it has the financial resources to enable it to make more substantial investments.

Guest lecturers and events organized by the “Glück zu” student fraternity ensure a high degree of interaction with businesses in the industry. This way students not only acquire sound knowledge, but also direct access to a network of lifelong contacts.

Full-time teaching staff

Jörg Gerling

Principal

Georg Böttcher

Director of Studies

Fields of expertise: milling processes, materials handling and silo technology, bakery production, cereals and flour analytics

Language skills:

Gabriele Lühr

Teacher

Fields of expertise: leadership, project management, economics/business management, chemistry, politics

Language skills:

Lisa Rieke

Teacher

Fields of expertise: mathematics, physics, mechanical engineering and bakery products manufacturing/bakery technology, project management, quality management

Language skills:

Dr. Sc. Agr. Sabine Meyer

Teacher

Fields of expertise: cereals science, animal nutrition, feedstuff law, special feedstuff analysis

Language skills:

Anya Feyerabend

Teacher

Fields of expertise: German, English

Language skills:

Jörg Maurer

Teacher

Fields of expertise: process engineering, grinding processes, process technology

Language skills:

Heino Heise

Teacher

Fields of expertise: automation (electrical engineering and metrology, control engineering)

Language skills:

Peter Klenner

Teacher

Fields of expertise: raw materials, materials handling and silo technology, mechanical engineering

Language skills:

Part-time teaching staff

  • Ewa Bujok
    Bühler GmbH, Braunschweig
    Fields of expertise: technical communication/CAD, plant design
    Language skills:
  • Andreas Ebertz
    Bühler GmbH, Braunschweig
    Fields of expertise: technical communication/CAD, plant design
    Language skills:
  • Björn Hambrock
    Amandus Kahl GmbH & Co.KG, Reinbek
    Fields of expertise: feedstuff plant design
    Language skills:
  • Ernst-Henning Kracke
    Self-employed civil engineer
    Fields of expertise: storage and materials handling technology, statics and mechanics of materials, silo and mill construction
    Language skills:
  • Thorsten Lucht
    F.H. Schule Mühlenbau GmbH, Reinbek
    Fields of expertise: process technology, specialty milling
    Language skills:
  • Stefan Lungwitz
    Amandus Kahl GmbH & Co.KG, Reinbek
    Fields of expertise: feedstuff plant design
  • Klaus-D. Neumann
    IFF THUNE (Internationale Forschungsgemeinschaft Futtermitteltechnik e.V.)
    Fields of expertise: compound feedstuff production, feedstuff technology
    Language skills:

The Booster Club

The Förderverein der Deutschen Müllerschule e.V. (the school’s booster club) comprises companies and associations from the various industries that provide both non-material and financial support to the DMSB. The members of the booster club are involved in milling-related plant construction, milling, compound feedstuff production, cereals and flour analysis and the supply industry. Individual companies and private individuals that have close links with the DMSB are also members.

The booster club facilitates additional courses and fixed investments that are not covered by public-sector budgets. It also has responsibility for marketing the DMSB. More than 100 companies, associations and private individuals are members of the club, and the trend is clearly upwards. Through its efforts, the booster club helps to ensure that the DMSB remains a state-of-the-art training center for managers in the milling, compound feedstuff production and plant construction sectors, which meets all the current demands of the industry. This means constant modernization.

Find out more about the booster club in our MTEC magazine:

The “Glück zu” Student Fraternity

“Glück zu” is a fraternity of students and alumni of the Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig (DMSB), the aim of which is forming lifelong friendships, living and learning together, organizing events and recreational activities – in short, having fun. For these purposes, “Glück zu” runs a fraternity house in Braunschweig, where, among other things, it rents rooms to students at low rates.

“Glück zu” is open to all current, graduating and former students of the DMSB who wish to maintain contacts through this fraternity after they have graduated. The fraternity now has over 700 members worldwide. Putting an intergenerational pact in to practice, the alumni (“Old Men” and “Noble Ladies”) provide this proactive fraternity with both material and non-material support.

Find out more about the “Glück zu” fraternity in MTEC magazine:

“Glück zu” – Fraternity Magazine

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DMSB Open Day on March 8, 2024

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The Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig (DMSB) continues to be the go-to educational institution for future generations of employees at milling-related plant construction companies, milling and feedstuff businesses and related industries. A booster club is essential even for a state or municipal school to ensure that inventory and learning content always keep pace with the latest technology, and to complement public investment cycles. Jetzt lesen

DMSB Open Day on March 10, 2023 | Joining the team: milling expert Jörg Maurer

The Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig will open its doors on March 10, 2023. Potential students can experience the DMSB and its range of study programs “live” from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. In addition to presentations and tours, the DMSB team, students and alumni will answer any questions about studying milling. Taking part for the first time is milling expert Jörg Maurer, whom the DMSB was able to recruit as a top-class addition to the teaching team. Jetzt lesen

Successful graduation ceremony for DMSB graduates

For this year’s DMSB graduating class, July 8, 2022 was a special day. During the graduation ceremony, one female and eight male graduates received their certificates and decorative diplomas. About 60 guests accepted the invitation to the Braunschweig restaurant LaCupola. Jetzt lesen

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