We all have an inherent distrust for a traveler who spends ten days in a country and thereafter poses as an expert on all phases of the country he so briefly visited. However, since I have been concerned with undergraduate physics education both here and abroad for some time,* my impressions of the methods of the University of Moscow in this area may be of more than casual interest. This report is based on my own observations and on the answers to many questions which I had the opportunity to ask both of students and teachers during the recent Second All‐Union Conference on Gaseous Electronics held in Moscow from October 1 to October 13.

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