It's that time when I am finally starting to look at graduate schools! I have had my heart set on King's College in London, but the more I hear about it (I have a friend there) the less I think I would be happy there. I am a shy but very friendly and extroverted person, and I like to make friends and be in a friendly environment. From what I have heard, King's College is competitive and they aren't always that friendly to Canadians
So now I am not sure where to go... but I am thinking maybe I would be happier in the US, because culturally, the US tends to be more friendly and outgoing (no offense to you brits, my mother is British!). My field is Biblical Studies, and I am planning on coming back here after my master's and settling into ministry (which I could do right away, but I want a bit of an adventure first!).
I am open to all suggestions, except I don't want to go to anywhere that is going to cost me a fortune (ie a public school would be nice!). I should have my expenses covered mostly by FAFSA (I am a US citizen in Canada right now so I am already on the US fin aid plan). I want to go somewhere people are friendly and outgoing, but also a school that is fairly well seen for its academics...
Hmmm... Anyone have any ideas? I don't know if I want to go to a "bible school" per se unless it is known for its academics as well. I am coming from a prestigious undergrad school, so I would like to be able to go to a fairly academic graduate school as well! My grades are good as well, about an A- average (3.7).
Oh, and warm weather/ocean is a bonus!!!