University of The Philippines Manila College of Arts and Sciences

University Of The Philippines Manila College Of Arts And Sciences

The University of the Philippines Manila - College of Arts and Sciences is the largest college by population of the University of the Philippines Manila, one of the constituent universities of the University of the Philippines System.

The college offers subjects under the general education curriculum. It provides education to around 1,200 non-CAS students and 1,700 CAS students annually. It is the college which offers the most number of subjects every semester.

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