After graduating from high school, Bayarmagnai knew he wanted to study chemistry: “The subject intrigued me, particularly the practical experiments. We didn’t have them in Mongolia.” During his studies, Bayarmagnai focused on organic chemistry, especially active ingredient synthesis. Also during his studies, he volunteered at an association as a tutor for students with an immigrant background. After earning his doctorate with honors from the University of Kaiserslautern in 2016, he initially conducted research at the CaRLa - Catalysis Research Laboratory in Heidelberg.
But Bayarmagnai wasn’t interested in working for a chemical company. Instead, he joined Freudenberg Technology Innovation as a project manager in 2017. Why? “I saw an opportunity to learn something new without being bound to one field of expertise. I found that very appealing as my motto is lifelong learning.” When Bayarmagnai became acquainted with Freudenberg, he was attracted by the company’s Values and Guiding Principles.