On June 10, 2022 at 10 a.m., this year‘s graduates of the Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig will present their project work on the premises of the DMSB. Three groups, each consisting of three students, will present their final theses, all of which deal with extensions of existing projects. The pedagogical director of the DMSB, Georg Böttcher, is particularly pleased that after a two-year break the event can again take place in presence, in front of an interested audience. Thus, a lively...

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Internationally comparable degree title introduced

With the introduction of the degree title "Bachelor Professional in Milling, Grain and Feed Technology", the German Milling School Braunschweig (DMSB) is taking an important step towards being able to offer an internationally comparable degree. In addition, the new Lower Saxony framework guidelines of the Conference of Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs have been implemented.

On 1 January 2020, the degree title "Bachelor...

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At the taster day on March 11, 2022, numerous interested visitors learned about the training opportunities at the German Milling School Braunschweig (DMSB).

Under the motto "From students for students", a young team of presenters led through the day. They introduced the teaching staff, gave tours of the premises, presented the course content and reported on their own experiences during the training. In small workshops, they showed current project work and illustrated the subject areas with...

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Every year, the first weeks at German Milling School in Braunschweig (DMSB) are all about getting to know each other: the school, the city and everyone involved in the studies. In particular, team building has a high priority. A good teaching-and-learning environment makes it easier to absorb new knowledge and skills and to process the skills already acquired. For this reason, the DMSB team has been welcoming students for several years at the beginning of the semester with various introductory...

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On March 11, 2022, the Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig (DMSB) will present its range of studies to all interested parties on site from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Lectures, tours and personal advice are on the agenda - and the Braunschweig staff is particularly looking forward to the personal exchange.

Teachers, students and graduates will be on hand to answer any questions about the DMSB's range of courses. Particularly exciting for visitors is the exchange with the school’s alumni which takes place...

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Our three DMSB graduates Dennis Beuting, Franz Boeltzig and Jost Sühwold (from left to right) presented their project work to an interested professional audience at the 46th Milling Conference in Volkach at the end of October. The topic was "New construction of the netting and optimization of cleaning in the Neumühle Skassa". It was met with great approval.

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New lecturers strengthen the pedagogical team at the Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig (DMSB) and accompany the implementation of the new framework guidelines for the two-year technical colleges. These focus more on modular learning and standardised degrees.

At the beginning of the current semester, several new lecturers are taking up their work at the DMSB. The reinforcement of the pedagogical team comes at an ideal time: at the end of the current academic year, teaching will take place...

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This year’s Taster Day was staged on 23/04/2021 as an online-only event for the first time. Two second-year students capably guided participants through the day.

Principal Jörg Gerling and Director of Studies Georg Böttcher welcomed participants and provided a general overview of further education opportunities at DMSB. Former students then gave accounts of their time at DMSB and how their careers progressed after graduation.

Following a short break, participants were taken on a virtual tour...

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All DMSB students set to graduate at the end of the 2020/2021 academic year were again able to sign up companies from the industry to sponsor their projects – despite the corona pandemic.

The results were presented as planned on 11 June 2021, however not at a completely public event as in all previous years, bar 2020, but at an “internal” event attended by the project partners involved, first-year students and teaching staff.

Following last year’s positive experience, this event was again...

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Both DMSB classes were invited to a practical training course at the Bühler Training Center in Uzwil/Switzerland from October 5 to 9. The agenda included interesting stopovers on both the outward and return legs of the trip, as well as three extremely informative and instructive days in Uzwil. The students describe their impressions below.

Monday, October 5, 2020

It was early on a dark, rainy morning when both DMSB classes rendezvoused to set out on their shared adventure. During the first few...

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