DMSB Open Day on March 8, 2024

The Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig will open its doors on March 8, 2023. Potential students can experience the DMSB and its range of study programs “live” from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. In addition to presentations and tours, the DMSB team, students and alumni will answer any questions about studying milling. Read now

The Förderverein der Deutschen Müllerschule Braunschweig – an indispensable building block on the path to providing a first-class education

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. Read now

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. Read now

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. Read now

DMSB graduates present their projects

After a two-year break caused by Covid, the annual presentation of projects by the DMSB graduating class of 2021/2022 took place for the first time again in front of an interested, in-person audience or as a hybrid event. Many external guests also attended on site, in addition to first-year DMSB students and the teaching staff; a further 25 spectators followed the event via computer link. Read now

Successful Open Day at the DMSB

Plenty of interested visitors found out more about training opportunities at the Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig (DMSB) Open Day on March 11, 2022. Under the motto “By students for students”, a team of young hosts guided visitors through the day. They introduced the teaching staff, gave a tour of the premises, presented course content, and reported… Read now

Start of the semester at the DMSB

Every year, the first few weeks at the DMSB are all about getting to know each other: the school, the city and everyone involved in the course. Team-building is particularly important here. New knowledge and proficiencies as well as acquired skills can be better absorbed and applied in a good teaching-learning environment. The DMSB team… Read now

New lecturers at the Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig (DMSB)

New lecturers are joining the teaching team at the Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig (DMSB) and are helping to implement the new framework guidelines for two-year technical college courses. These focus more strongly on modular learning and standardized qualifications. Several new lecturers are starting work at the DMSB at the beginning of the current semester. The enlargement… Read now

Process engineering – from the mill to recycling

For Ulrich Leisentritt, training at the German Milling School was, so to speak, genetically pre-determined. “My father was already in Braunschweig from 1951 to 1953. I had DMSB right from the cradle, as it were,” explains Ulrich Leisentritt with a grin. He decided to focus on “Milling- related process engineering”, which interested him most right… Read now

From the mill into process engineering

Anne Jette Winter started her career with training at a mar- ket leader, the Aurora mill in Hamburg. As a trained process technologist in the milling and animal feed industry, she first went to Kölln Flocken for a year, where she worked on the baking line and the extruders. But here thirst for knowledge had… Read now