Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Journal 7 by Ben
Fourah Bay College was found on February 16, 1827. The college's original intention was really supposed to be a an Anglican missionary school to train teachers in the promotion of education and Christianity, it became a degree granting institution in 1876, when it became affiliated with Durham University in England. Resulting from the affiliation of the universities, the students were then administered the same examinations and the curriculum was identical as that of Durham University.