The University of Santo Tomas is located in the Philippines. This is the world’s largest catholic university with the most students on a single campus.
Pope John Paul II and Pope Paul VI have visited this campus three times, where no other university has been given the grace. This university contains many faculties, schools, institutes, and colleges. Students can take basic education, undergraduate programs, graduate and postgraduate degrees. The degrees are accredited.
There is also a lot of history at this University, including that it was the location the prisoners of war were taken during World War II, and some of the most brutal war crimes against prisoners occurred here.