While most students complete clinical rotations at accredited teaching hospitals formally affiliated with OUM, the University will also work with students to seek clinical rotations at an accredited hospital that is geographically convenient. In Australia, regional clinical coordinators help students secure their placements. This portion of the curriculum also involves case assignments and other learning activities that support and enhance the clinical rotation. Students are required to keep detailed logbooks and complete a set number of case studies and an End-of-Rotation multiple choice question examination which are all factored into the student’s grade for that clinical module. In many countries, OUM students work and study side-by-side with students from other medical schools.