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STUDY LOCATION
  • Brisbane
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Package a premium hands-on qualification with a university degree, and save up to a year in fees.

Why UniTrack?

Because it’s the best way to get into university, while building exclusive skills to give you a big head-start in your career.

EXPLORE THE 5 REASONS

Course options.

We offer hundreds of different course options – there’s a limitless array of options for packaging.

UniTrack life.

With UniTrack, there’s hundreds of different activities, events, and academic exclusives.

Student support.

Get 24-hour support with your course, plus on-demand mentoring.

How to apply?

Applying for a package is super-easy, and we’ll help you every step of the way/.

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Discount Option?

Our sister college NIET offers fast-paced & affordable practical training designed to meet the skills shortage – without the extra cost of TAFE.

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News from UniTrack

Masters Packages

Charlton Brown’s UniTrack programme now offers the opportunity for students to package certain post-graduate qualifications with the award winning Masters programmes offered by Queensland’s Griffith University and the University of Tasmania.

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New Bond Masters & Bachelor Articulations

Articulate to Australia’s leading not-for-profit university, Bond. October 6, 2021 – Brisbane Charlton Brown is proud to announce up to 80cp for Graduates looking to Articulate into leading Bachelor and Masters degrees at Bond. NIET Group is delighted to advise our community and agent partners that we have entered into an agreement with Bond University […]

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Exclusive Masters Credit With The University Of Tasmania

In a private college exclusive, NIET Group can now articulate it’s Graduate programmes into Masters programmes at the University of Tasmania.

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