Start date
3 days
EUR 620 (EUR 775 incl. VAT)
End date

Welcome to NUAS Communication Conference!

Don’t miss out on interesting keynotes, seminars, workshops and circuses when we meet for NUAS Communication conference 17.-19. April 2024 in Copenhagen. Moreover, you can look forward to a welcome reception, get-together dinner, opening session, local tours and much more. We are expecting 300-350 communication professionals from all over the Nordic, making the event a unique opportunity to learn, mingle and build a valuable network in the Nordic countries!
The conference is fully booked. 


Three days with networking, professional discussions with your Nordic peers in the lovely city of Copenhagen.



Start out on a social trip with your Nordic peers. Choose between a guided canal tour in Copenhagen's channels and harbour, Vesterbro Beer Tour, a locally guided tour of Freetown Christiania or a tour of the historical heart of the University of Copenhagen - the University Square.
In the evening we meet for the Welcome Reception in the beautifull Ceremonial Hall in the old Main Building



The professional programme begins. Enjoy a day of keynotes, workshops, seminars, circus-sessions and lot least networking time. Get updated on  the latest regarding data driven communication, creative thinking, student recruitment and much more. In the evening we throw a party on rooftop restaurant at CPH Hotel.



This day we continue the professional programme with even more topics. Before the conference ends, you will know if AI really has the potential for making the communication professional redundant and also where and when we will meet for the next NUASkom conference


Practical matters

Conference venue

University of Copenhagen is hosting the NUAS Communication Conference  2024. Founded in1479, it is Denmark's oldest university, as well as one of the oldest in Northern Europe. The professional programme will be held at the Faculty of Science at our Northern Campus. The faculty is Denmark's largest science research and education institution with 4,000 employees and 9,700 BSc and MSc students in 12 departments and the Natural History Museum of Denmark. 


Keynotes, seminars and workshops will take place in Copenhagen Biocenter with its large Lundbeckfondauditorium hosting keynotes and main announcements. Seminars and workshops are held in lecture halls in the Biocenter. Lunches are served in the Biocenter canteen.

Copenhagen Biocenter
Ole Maaløes Vej 5
2200 København Ø

Getting there
For your convenience, free conference buses will depart from CPH Hotel in the morning and return in the afternoon.
Thursday: Pickup in front of CPH Hotel at 7:45, depart Copenhagen Biocenter at 16:20
Friday: Pickup in front of CPH Hotel at 8:15, depart Copenhagen Biocenter at 15:45

If you are by your own car, there is a limited amount of parking outside Biocenter. You will need a parking licence and can get one in the reception.

Public transportation Copenhagen Biocenter is easiely reached by bus 6A from Nørreport Station or the M3 Metro line and a short walk from Copenhagen Central Station. You can also bike there - there will be plenty of space for parking your bike. Please refer to Google Maps for directions and our section on public transportation and bike riding below.

Svalegangen HCØ

Circuses will be hosted just across the lawn in the HC Ørsted Building. All circuses will take place in smaller lecture halls and auditoriums all situated in the same hallway on the first floor and in three auditoriums on the ground floor.

HC Ørsted Building
Universitetsparken 5
2100 Copenhagen

Other Important adresses

Pickup for tours, conference buses
Outside CPH Hotel
1704 Copenhagen

Welcome reception
Ceremonial Hall
University of Copenhagen
Frue Plads 4
1168 Copenhagen

Conference Dinner
CPH Conference
Tietgensgade 65
1704 Copenhagen

Conference Hotels

CPH Hotel  
Tietgensgade 65 
1704 København 

Tivoli Hotel 
Arni Magnussonsgade 2 
1577 København V 

Wakeup Copenhagen, Bernstorffsgade 
Bernstorffsgade 35 
1577 København V 

Travelling and getting around

Getting to Copenhagen is easy and convenient from most Nordic destinations. We encourage you to make climate wise choices when travelling to Copenhagen.

Copenhagen Central Station is just a short walk from the three conference hotels.

Copenhagen Airport is served by a wealth of airlines and the airport itselv is connected to the City Centre by the Copenhagen Metro (Underground), trains and buses.

Find everything you need to know about public transportation in Copenhagen here

Riding a bike is a great way to get around the city, and most hotels have bikes for rent or can help you where to. However, there are a few rules to learn to ensure a pleasant experience so please watch this short video on bike rules first


The NUAS Communication Conference

The NUAS Communication Conference (NUASkom) is a network conference with the premise to provide the opportunity for extensive dialogue and room for discussions and exchange of experiences. The conference targets communication staff at universities in the Nordic countries. Registration is open for employees at NUAS member universities. Participants come from all over Scandinavia. The conference covers many different aspects, such as internal communication, research communications, digital and social media, recruitment of students, crisis communication, media relations, branding, and many more.

The conference language is English.

There is no specific theme for the conference, as our main objective is to present valuable cases that can serve as examples and food for thought.

Conference history

The conference usually takes place every two years and alternates between different countries and capitals/regions. The most recent conferences were held in Stockholm, Bergen, Reykjavík and Turku.

We expect up to 350 participants. The conference takes place on 17-19 April 2024 at the University of Copenhagen.

NUAS communication is one of the 14 interest groups of NUAS (“Det Nordiska Universitets Administratörs Samarbetet”). NUAS is a member-driven collaborative organization established in 1976. Today, NUAS’ membership base includes 65 universities and university colleges.


Early bird (until 22. January) 520 ( 650  incl. VAT) 

Late registration (after 22. January) 620  (€775 incl. VAT)

The registration fee covers lunches, snacks/cofee/tea breaks during conference days, welcome reception, conference dinner and social excursions but is excl. travel and accommodation.

The conference is fully booked


Cancellation of registration must be made in writing (email) to before 16 February 2023.

No fees or hotel accommodation booked in conjunction with registration will be refunded after this date. 

A processing fee of EUR 75 will be deducted from all refunds

Substitutions (giving your spot to a colleauge) can be made at any time

If you book your own accommodation, any cancellations will follow the cancellation policy of that specific provider

In the event that the meeting is cancelled by the Conference Organisers, or cannot take place for any reason beyond the control of the Conference Organisers, the registration fee shall be refunded in full. The liability of the Conference Organiser shall be limited to that refund.

The Conference Organizers reserve the right to retain all fees paid in the event of non-attendance at the Conference.

The organization of the conference can not be held responsible for any financial loss resulting from exchange rate fluctuation.

If you have any questions regarding registration or accommodation, please contact 

NUASkom session formats

At the NUAS communication conference, dialogue, participation, and exchange of experiences are encouraged. The NUASkom planning group knows however that some cases can be complex, and such presentations may, therefore, require more time. We try to create a programme that allows for different forms of presentation and dialogue.


A presentation in plenum. A keynote address is first and foremost a lecture, and time does not have to be set aside for questions. However, questions are encouraged if time permits.


A seminar is characterised by a prolonged presentation by a speaker, followed by a discussion. We recommend that the actual seminar should account for no more than two thirds of the time available to leave room for in-depth discussion at the end.


A workshop is characterised by a high degree of active participation by the attendees. The presenter of a workshop is, therefore, primarily a facilitator of dialogue between the participants. The active participation should preferably involve more than the opportunity to ask questions to the presenter. A workshop can, therefore, include one or more minor group assignments.

Circus sessions

Concurrent circus sessions are events where about 15-20 parallel sessions of no more than 20 minutes + 10 minutes for the questions, are repeated two times. These ’circus’ sessions are mainly case presentations from representatives from the participating universities. The number of participants in such an event is much lower than in a workshop or a seminar and the atmosphere is therefore more intimate and more conducive to professional dialogue.


If you would like to make a contribution to future conferences, or if you have any questions about the event, you are always welcome to contact your fellow countryman in the planning group listed below.

Lykke Thostrup

Lykke Thostrup

Chair of the Nuas Communication group
Communications Officer, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
+45 51 70 01 24

Camilla Schrøder

Camilla Schrøder

Team Leader, Rector's Office - Communication and Press, Aarhus University, Denmark
+45 40 86 62 43

Kristín Ása Einarsdóttir

Kristín Ása Einarsdóttir

Communications Officer, University of Iceland, Iceland
+354 699 3569

Silja Jóhannesar Ástudóttir

Silja Jóhannesar Ástudóttir

Communications manager
Rector’s Office-Marketing and Public Relations, University of Akureyri, Iceland
+354 460 8006

Maria Crona

Maria Crona

Communications Manager,  Malmö University, Sweden
+46 40 6657 188

Maja Rudhe

Maja Rudhe

Sections Manager, Communications Office, Linnæus University, Sweden
+46 470-70 82 11

Thurid Eriksson

Thurid Eriksson

Communications Manager, Communications,  Åbo Akademi University, Finland
+358 400 534 430

Karin Hannukainen

Karin Hannukainen

Communications Specialist, Communications and Community Relations, University of Helsinki, Finland
+358 50 415 03 28

Odd Vegard Kandal-Wright

Odd Vegard Kandal-Wright

Senior Adviser, Communication Division, University of Bergen, Norway
+47 995 00 960

Ståle Tvete Vollan

Ståle Tvete Vollan

Head of Communications
Communications and Public Affairs, Norwegian Academy of Music, Norway
+47 466 61 273

Jean Elisabeth Hørdum-Axelsen

Jean Elisabeth Hørdum-Axelsen

Local organiser
Administrative Officer, UCPH Communication, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
+45 28 75 29 33