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a disadvantage with Canadian students since they know how education works in the country and they master the language. This could mean that professors will focus their efforts on the students who are fluent in English and know how this culture works as many of the examples given and used to further explain a topic are mostly based in Canada and the US, putting me and many of the international students at a disadvantage.Second of all, being a young student just starting college after graduating high school puts me in a disadvantage with mature students who already have an understanding of the workplace and the basic knowledge needed in a marketing program. This could halt my success because professors might teach their class assuming everyone knows as much as mature students with work experience do and go into other topics without further explaining or answering any doubts young student might have. Third of all, I believe that amongst international students I do have a bigger advantage because I have a very high level of English compared to most of them and I’ve been in Canada for over a year now. This is why, if professors decide to focus on helping international students as they identify they are at a disadvantage they might tend to lean more towards those international students with whom they can communicate properly and hold a conversation in which everything said is understood. Furthermore, my understanding of Canadian or “western” culture is slightly better than most of the foreign students which will allow me to analyze a bit better American consumer’ minds which are often times the main focus on marketing classes.Fourth of all, I will have a slight advantage over others at the workplace since I graduatedfrom one of the best colleges in Ontario and I can speak two of the widest spoken languages in
the world. This might put me above some of my future coworkers and give me a better chance at