No, once you graduate you are on the same level as every other medical graduate in Australia. Your chances of obtaining an internship in a particular city/hospital are determined by the state’s preference system. Most states give higher priority to their own students. JCU may give you more rural exposure but in the end, all graduates should have the competency to work as an intern anywhere in Australia.Just bringing this thread back up again, sorry if my question comes off as blunt. Do JCU graduates get less 'priority' over more 'regional-oriented' Med school graduates (e.g. USyd, UQ, UMelb, etc) in terms of obtaining internships (in major cities) and finally, their jobs as practitioners in the major cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, etc? Does JCU mould their training in a way such that their students are better off in practice at rural areas rather than the major cities?