University of Santo Tomas College of Education

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College of Education



1611 University
1926 College of Education

Type Private college, Roman Catholic
Dean Prof. Clotilde Arcangel, PhD

Rev. Fr. Romulo Rodriguez, OP, JCD

Location Albertus Magnus Building, UST Campus, España, Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines 22px

The UST College of Education is one of the oldest college (excluding Faculties) of the University of Santo Tomas, the oldest and the largest University in the city of Manila.

It is second to the Graduate School in terms of number of majors being offered in a department within the University.



The UST College of Education, which was founded in 1926, offers the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education major in Pre-School or Special Education, Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education with majors in Biology-Chemistry, Biology-General Science, Social Studies, English, Mathematics, Physical Education, Health and Music, Religious Education, or Social Guidance, the Bachelor of Library and Information Science, the Bachelor of Science in Food Technology, and Nutrition and Dietetics. In conjunction with Arts and Letters, it also offers AB-BSE Major in Social Sciences/Studies. Education is one of Centers of Excellence<ref>CHED Lists UST as Center of Excellence</ref> in the University. The Institute of Tourism and Hospitality Management had been a part of the College but was separated in 2006. The college is located at the Albertus Magnus Building together with the Institute of Tourism and Hospitality Management, The Conservatory of Music, UST Education High School and the UST Grade School.


Prof. Clotilde Arcangel, PhD - Dean Rev. Fr. Romulo Rodriguez, OP, JCD - Regent Asst. Prof. Sheila Vindollo, MA- College Secretary


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