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EU Business School

Dr. Suddha Chakravartti

International Relations and Law Lecturer
Switzerland campuses


An expert in international development, Dr. Suddha Chakravartti’s approach to teaching, research and consulting activities are characterized by an analytical, open-minded and innovative approach. Dr. Chakravartti’s impressive portfolio of professional experience is complemented by an equally high quality of academic experiences. Dr. Chakravartti began his studies at the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research at the University of Law in India. This international educational experience was complemented by Dr. Chakravartti’s studies at the Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations in Switzerland, where he earned his master's and doctorate of international relations. In addition to the wealth of papers that he has published, Dr. Chakravartti has worked for a number of impressive large-scale organizations, such as the Geneva Group of Commonwealth Developing Countries. Dr. Chakravartti’s motivation to work in international relations is propelled by a commitment to work that betters the state of humanity.

"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win"




Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations: Doctorate in International Relations


Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations: master's in international relations


National Academy of Legal Studies and Research University: Bachelor of Laws



CUTS Geneva Resource Centre: Research Associate



Geneva Group of Commonwealth Developing Countries: Research Associate


2012 -

EU Business School: Lecturer of International Relations, Undergraduate Dissertations Coordinator

2009 -

Geneva School of Diplomacy & International Relations: Visiting Lecturer of International Relations

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