At Unity College Australia we are committed to your success, ensuring you get quality training while connecting you with like-minded people, forming lifelong friendships and setting yourself up for a great future. 

We have a range of courses, different campuses, different opportunities. General vocational training, Christian Ministry, Music and Worship, or develop your English speaking skills, there is a program for you.

Unity will give you the training experience you need while challenging you personally.





Life in Unity


All Courses Nationally Accredited
We have done all the hard work to get each of our courses accredited. This means each person who completes a Unity course will receive a nationally recognized qualification.
Character and Charisma
Our training seeks to develop character along with knowledge and skills. This includes an emphasis on integrity and wisdom in the way we practice and apply what we learn.
Importance of each individual
We are all different and unique so at Unity we put an emphasis on one to one mentoring. This makes the training more targeted, relevant and effective
Help With Finances
We recognise being a student can be a challenge financially. Therefore we have developed a range of flexible payment options and we can offer information about VET Student Loans.
Study Options To Suit Everyone
We offer courses from Certificate I to Advanced Diploma and our students can study Full Time or Part Time depending on their needs.
Positive Environment
Our courses are conducted within friendly and encouraging community. All of our trainers and staff want the best for each student and many long terms friendships are established within the Unity College environment.

Unity College Australia is now approved to offer Fee Help loans (VET Student Loans) which are for eligible students studying eligible courses at Diploma or Advanced Diploma levels.

For more information Click here

VET Student Loans will not be approved for students who do not meet eligibility requirements.
A VET Student Loan gives rise to a HELP debt that continues to be a debt due to the Commonwealth until it is repaid