I'm not sure how this helps you, and I'm a very atypical candidate to interview but for what it is worth:
1. What did you study in college to become an international marketing manager?
I didn't study in college to become a marketing manager (see? this may be an atypical profile for you).
2.Did you have a lot of travel experience before you started your job? If so, could you possibly list some countries?
Yes. I'd lived in Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Macao, Brazil and some others I can't remember.
3. How many languages do you speak?
I speak 3 fluently (English, Spanish and Portuguese), and 1 semi-lost (Japanese, forgot most of it as I haven't used it since I was 9) and I can understand most Romance languages in writing.
4. How does your job influence your private life?
Not at all.
5. What do you like most?least about your job?
I work with people who are very good at what they do.
6. Was ist easy to find a job after college?
I only briefly attended college (to take a Psychology course for one semester) after I was already working in marketing but my job was keeping me too busy to continue and a degree wasn't going to improve my marketability by then by much due to my job experience being strong enough by then for the lack of education not to be a gaping hole in my resume.
7. How long do you have to work before you can retire?
I am 29, and am not thinking about retirement yet. I really don't want to retire if I can help it.