Humanities specialists have some of the most varied and interesting careers – because our studies enable us to work in practically all fields, says Øystein.
A Bachelor's degree in Japanese was the first step on the path to a job in the field of international trade and tourism, says Kristoffer.
If you want to work in Japan, it’s smart to take some business-oriented subjects in addition to Japanese language; recommends Yngve, who is teaching at the Tokai University in Japan.
“Language skills are important, but it’s even more important to have something to say”. Henrik studied Japanese, and says that versatility is the best asset of the area studies at UiO.