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.



oosupoilatai (O ye citizen rejoice)


kairete, laipomen (we conquer…)


Immanuel college our school we love to hail your name The fountain of knowledge Symbol of church’s unity Where lives are made To make more lives You’re great our school Immanuel Your God is with us.

Our God we lift your name on high We adore thee Lord Most High For guiding this noble course of grounded vision To bring up men to fish more men We hail Lord Immanuel For you’ve been with us.


Uppermost in the hierarchy of the governance of the College are the two headships of the two denominations, the Archbishop of Province one, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, and the Prelate, Methodist Church Nigeria.

List Of Part-Time Lecturers 2013/2014 Session

Olanrewaju J. O. Ph.D
Folayan K. (Mrs)

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