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.
“Experience has shown that communicating with alumni is particularly exciting for the visitors. It shows that with a qualification from the DMSB you have excellent career opportunities – not only in milling and plant construction, but in all industries involving sorting, mixing, dosing/feeding and grinding”, Georg Böttcher, Director of Studies at the DMSB, explains. Many alumni are involved in the DMSB’s booster club and the “Glück zu” student fraternity. This creates plenty of practically relevant industry links – and lifelong professional contacts.
Study offering for milling specialists and lateral entrantseneinsteiger
The offering is not only aimed at trained millers, but also at all skilled employees in food-producing professions, as well as lateral entrants with a background in bulk materials, process engineering and the commercial-technical aspects of plant construction, metal processing or related fields.
The program in detail:
- Presentation of the DMSB, teaching content and career prospects
- Conversations with lecturers and students
- Testimonials from former students
- School tour
- Information on admission requirements, funding opportunities and the dual study program
- Presentation of the “Glück zu” student fraternity with a tour of the student hostel afterwards
Jörg Maurer joins the DMSB teaching team
The DMSB has recruited Jörg Maurer, an internationally recognized milling expert. He completed his training at the Saalemühle in Alsleben/eastern Germany and at the Swiss Milling College in St. Gallen. He then worked as a production manager at the Saalemühle for eight years. His passion for imparting knowledge then led him back to St. Gallen, where he taught for six years, specializing in machine theory, diagramming and applied process technology. In 2017, he moved to Bühler GmbH in Braunschweig as a team leader. In December 2022, he joined the DMSB team as head of department and lecturer in milling technology. “It gives me great pleasure to work with young people and to convey my enthusiasm for the milling profession to them”, Jörg Maurer explains.
Venue: Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig, Salzdahlumer Strasse 85, 38126 Braunschweig, Germany
Date: Friday, March 10, 2023
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.