Immanuel College of Theology, Ibadan is a premier theological school in
Nigeria incorporated by the Methodist and Anglican church to offer 4
years degree program in Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, Bachelor
of Theology and ministerial training.
Immanuel College of Theology, Ibadan, founded
in 1958, is the Premier Theological Institution in Nigeria, West
Africa. The early history of the College is related with two learning
centers of Anglican Theology (Meville Hall, Kudeti, Ibadan, a hall
school of St. Andrews College, Oyo and Methodist Theology, Ministerial
Department of Wesley College) both located in the city of Ibadan, the
capital of the Old Western Region of Nigeria and the largest city in
Central Africa. In 1958, the two institutions mentioned above were
merged to form Immanuel College of Theology and Christian Education,
Ibadan and located at Kudeti, Ibadan.