By choosing PSR as your second home, you’ll reap the benefits of communal living and enrol in specially curated learning programmes. Co-learning at PSR is focused on two themes: Distinctive Academic Programming and Community Service.


PSR residents can take a wide range of Core Curriculum courses at PSR itself. Offerings span almost all the baskets in the Core Curriculum, from Big Questions and Economics & Society to Managing and Environment, Technology and Society. PSR residents can also augment their learning by participating in PSR Fellows Tea sessions with distinguished speakers from industry, media and the public sector throughout the academic year.


Participants get hands-on project experience with our community partners. Our past initiatives include SMU Grow, SMU’s university-wide environmental and sustainable urban farming initiative; the Women Empowerment Programme, to help underprivileged women in Singapore; and the Dementia Programme, in collaboration with Wellness Kampung, to make community healthcare more accessible for the elderly. Our list of partners and initiatives keeps growing for more opportunities!