University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Arts and Letters

The University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Arts and Letters, popularly known as "UST Artlets" or "UST AB", is the liberal arts college of the University of Santo Tomas, the oldest and the largest Catholic university in Manila, Philippines.

Established in 1896 as the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, the faculty is the first and oldest liberal arts school in the Philippines. It offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in different areas of Media Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities. It is proclaimed to be a Center of Excellence in in Philosophy and a Center of Development in Literature and in Journalism by the Commission on Higher Education.

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