Gender Studies (master's two years)
Would you like a study that opens several doors in to the labour market? A master's degree in Gender studies will give you the ability to work independently on central issues related to gender, feminism, gender equality, power and knowledge production.
The most important thing I learned at the Faculty of Humanities is interdisciplinary thinking and the ability to look at an issue from more than one perspective, Sara Rydland Nærum says. She is now working as political adviser in the Sex and Society Foundation.
Secretary/ expert group investigator
My education has provided me with academic insight and confidence in a very complex field, says Ingvil Thallaug Øverli. She has a bachelor’s degree in Multidisciplinary Gender Studies and works as an investigator at the Norwegian Directorate of Health.
Secretary for youth and academic assistant
I am fortunate to work with issues related to equality and the labour market, which were a key part of my degree studies, says Linn Andersen. She is youth secretary at the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions (LO) and an academic assistant at the University of Bergen.