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 every year. It shows that with a DMSB degree you can find a good position not only in milling and plant engineering, but in all areas where sorting, mixing, dosing and grinding are carried out.
This time again designed as a face-to-face event, the program includes tours of the laboratories, the virtual mill and the classrooms, but also lectures and discussions with former and current "milling students", information on practical issues such as entry requirements and funding opportunities, and a presentation of the curriculum. The information day is aimed not only at trained millers, but also at all skilled workers in food-producing professions, as well as lateral entrants from the bulk materials industry, process engineering and the industrial-technical field of plant engineering, metal processing or related areas.
The program in detail:
- Presentation of the DMSB and the course contents
- Testimonials from former students
- Career prospects
- School tour
- Discussions with lecturers and students
- Answers to admission requirements, funding opportunities, etc.
- All information about the dual study program
- Presentation of the "Glück zu" student fraternity
- Tour of the "Glück zu" student dormitory following the taster day
The environment of the German Milling School also offers many opportunities: Many alumni are organized in the sponsoring association (“Förderverein”) or the student fraternity "Glück zu", which both contribute a lot of practical experience with lectures, project tasks and networking. In this way, contacts are made in Braunschweig for a whole professional life.
"After the Taster Day had to take place completely online last year, we are very happy that personal encounters are possible again this time," Georg Böttcher, educational director of the DMSB, is pleased to say. The event will take place under the Corona rules in force on the day.
Venue: German Milling School Braunschweig, Salzdahlumer Straße 85, 38126 Braunschweig, Germany
Date: Friday, 11.03.2022
Time: 10:00 to 15:00 o'clock