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We train your leaders of tomorrow
Why should a company send its young employees to the Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig? Quite simply to ensure that it has the skilled professionals and managers it needs tomorrow! The Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig is the world’s only engineering school offering a certified qualification in the disciplines of milling-related process technology and milling-related plant engineering. As “State-Certified Technicians” and “Bachelor Professionals”, DMSB graduates have broad-based knowledge and a whole range of skills that ensure innovation and a secure future.
You retain your employees on your payroll
If you wish, you can simply retain your employees on your payroll. They can work at your company during school vacations and remain employed – an attractive way of preventing a brain drain and providing advanced training specific to your own needs. Less the vacation period, net study time is only about 18 months!
Your employees continue to receive their salary during their time at the DMSB. They keep their job and know what the future holds. Your company benefits from motivated, well-trained employees with a high level of company loyalty and is positioned in the market as an attractive employer.
This is what the DMSB offers:
- Broad-based fundamentals relating to cereals and feedstuff technology, as well as plant construction, but also in operations management, employee management and other areas of business management.
- Training on the latest equipment in our own laboratory
- Practical relevance through field trips and guest lectures
- Training by expert lecturers from leading companies
- Experience gained in a dynamic, committed environment that encourages initiative and builds social skills
Dual Bachelor’s degree program
at the Welfenakademie
In-depth business knowledge is a bonus for some functions. The combination with a Bachelor’s degree at the neighboring WelfenAkademie in Braunschweig is then the right choice. After graduating from the DMSB, the University of Cooperative Education provides the tools for complex planning and management tasks in a dual degree program lasting four semesters.
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Process engineering – from the mill to recycling
Anne Jette Winter
Anne Jette Winter
From the mill into process engineering
Anne Jette Winter started her career with training at a market 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 […]
Change of direction enabled
Without WDR, Johannes Decker would probably never have got into milling. “I found out about a vacant apprenticeship as a miller in Gelsenkirchen through the WDR 2 apprenticeship campaign,” the former DMSB student recalls. At the time, he was looking for […]
Nice and spicy
Frank Hentschel follows through with whatever sets his mind on. This was already the case when he was looking for an apprenticeship. Following an internship in a water-powered repeat-grind mill in the Sauerland region, he really wanted to […]
“The same heart beats in every chest”
Schnelle comes from a family of millers. It was always clear to him that he would be the third generation to carry on the family tradition, do a miller’s apprenticeship and then attend the DMSB like his father before him. But then things turned out differently. […]
Goal: more knowledge
Karsten Eisenhardt comes from a family of millers. He took the classic route, doing his military service in the German Armed Forces and then completing a miller’s apprenticeship in a compound feedstuff factory, where he already felt the urge to acquire more knowledge. […]
The Weissachmühle: eight generations, three revenue streams – one miller
Bernhard & Simon gr. Austing
Bernhard & Simon gr. Austing
Regionally connected – the Austing compound feedstuff factory
This region is in many respects like a pig in four-leaf clover. In the Oldenburger Münsterland region, pigs are fattened both to meet domestic demand and for export. The local compound feedstuff plants […]
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.
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.