Amsterdam School of Communication Research / ASCoR



The research lab for Communication science is called ComLab . It refers to a physical space with cubicles and a simulated living room, but also to the technical support service provided by the ICTO&ComLab-team. Contact us for any technical questions concerning your research, also for hardware and software requests.

Graduate School of Communication

Information about the master programs? Visit the website of the Graduate School of Communication.


The Netherlands School of Communication Research NeSCoR is the national research school in communication science, which unites all Dutch Universities offering programs in communication science that are rooted in the social and behavioral tradition.


SWOCC is the Foundation for Fundamental Research on Brands and Brand Communication. Its aim is to expand the academic knowledge on branding and communication and to present this research in such a way that it can easily be implemented in day-to-day practice. SWOCC is fully sponsored by businesses from the field of advertising, media and marketing.

Center for Politics and Communication 

The goal of CPC is to provide a forum for scholars, journalists, political actors and others interested in political communication. The center aims to provide a central place for research and teaching in the area of political communication and to provide a place for the exchange of views and ideas about media, politics and public opinion.

CcaM, Center for research on Children, Adolescents and the Media 

CCAM is part of the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR) at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. CCAM strives to better understand the role of media in children's and adolescents' lives. In addition, CCAM tries to explore and explain the consequences of children's and adolescents' media use.

The Amsterdam Center for Health Communication (ACHC)

The Amsterdam Center for Health Communication (ACHC) strives to promote health through research on effective communication.

Published by  ASCoR

18 September 2018