Norwegian Communication Association Publisert 11. januar 2010, endret 1. mars 2017

Norwegian Communication Association

Our main goals are to establish communication as an academic discipline, promote communication as a specialist profession and generate high-quality courses and postgraduate programs.


The NCA has 10 smaller branches based in Norway's counties. Each local branch has its own local board and manages its own finances. As a member you will join a local branch depending on your place of residence. This branch will invite you to attend professional meetings, lectures, courses and networking events. In addition to this we have a separate division for students only.

Reasons to join

All members of the association enjoy a range of benefits. They receive our magazine 6 times a year. They have preferential rates discounted for courses, seminars and bigger events each semester. As a member, they can easily work to expand their own networks through our social gatherings.


Each semester the members will be offered a set of courses at reduced prices. NCA courses range from strategic topics to practical tools, from coaching to write effectively for the web. The goal is to give members a better way to work with all the different aspects of communication on a day-to-day basis.


The NCA is cooperating with BI, the Norwegian School of Management, to develop programs at Master-level. In addition, the NCA is working with other university colleges to generate ideas for new courses on subjects relevant to communication professionals. The main objective is to establish a Masters degree in Communication.

The magazine Kommunikasjon (Communication)

Six times a year all members receive our magazine "Communication". It reports on the latest trends, studies and technologies within the field of communication. There is also information about the local branches and their activities.


Twice a year the association arranges events combining professional aspects with a social component. Kommunikasjonsdagen (The Communication Day) is a one-day seminar during the spring semester, whereas Høstseminaret (The Autumn Seminar) is a three-day event during the autumn. Each of these events draws 300 - 600 members.

Social networks

We encourage all members to take advantage of our different networks based on common interests in the communication field.

Who to contact

For general enquiries please contact a member of the team on + 47 23 31 59 00 or by email:

For all other enquiries, please contact the NCA at:
Norsk kommunikasjonsforening
Postboks 333 Sentrum
0101 Oslo

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