Where to take it

Find out which schools offer the MEP.

Students may take an in-house programme in an MEP school or a centre-based programme at the MEP Centre.

MEP secondary schools

MEP Centres

They offer centralised weekly lessons only to students who are not enrolled in MEP or EMP school.

The following schools are MEP Centres:

MEP lesson schedule as follows:

MEP Centre Lower Secondary*
Upper Secondary
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)

3.30pm to 5.30pm on Thursdays

3pm to 6pm on Fridays
Dunman High School

3.30pm to 5.30pm on Mondays (for students starting at Secondary 1 in odd years)

3.30pm to 5.30pm on Wednesdays (for students starting at Secondary 1 in even years)

3.30pm to 6.30pm on Wednesdays (for students starting at Secondary 1 in odd years)

3.30pm to 6.30pm on Mondays (for students starting at Secondary 1 in even years)

MEP students also need to attend Lower Secondary Music lessons in their own secondary schools in addition to MEP lessons conducted by Centres.

Fees and subsidy

MEP students do not need to pay any additional school fees.

MEP students enrolled in Independent Schools, such as Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), Methodist Girls’ School, Raffles Girls’ School and Raffles Institution, are eligible for a subsidy on their school fees with a cap of $2,400 per student yearly.

  • The fee subsidy applies to all nationalities.
  • Recipients of Edusave scholarships for Independent Schools (ESIS) will not receive the fee subsidy in addition to their ESIS award amount.
  • Students who are accepted into the MEP Centre and enrolled in other Independent Schools do not qualify for the fee subsidy.

Find out what the programme is and how to join.