At the US programme we know that the challenges of GCSE and A Levels can be stressful and at times overwhelming. This is why we are bringing you a webinar designed to address a range of topics to help you understand the unique journey that you are going through!



    o Apply you must be a female student either in Year 11, 12 or 13 or between 15 – 19 and meet either:
    1) Attend a comprehensive State Secondary School/College in London


    2) Are you in NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training)


    (There is no application for this opportunity)


    After you sign up, please scroll down for our step to step guide of how to join us on the day.

  • How It Works!

    How to join the webinar!



    Download the ‘Free Conference Call’ available from your app store.


    Log In - If you are using your phone

    You will be given the option to join the webinar either by ‘Dial-In Using Phone’ or ‘Online Meeting ID


    Click, ‘Online Meeting ID’ and add this code 'info27504'



    Please read before your session

    Enter your name (this will be displayed so that we can see who has joined the webinar)


    Once this is done click ‘Connect’

    Once the pop-up screen ‘Dial in Using’ appears, choose to join via the internet.


    On The Day

    You will then be asked if you want Free Conference Call to record audio, click ‘Deny’ this will mute your audio so that the host cannot hear you.

    This will then open the webinar screen


    Need more help?

    Don't hesitate to fill out our 'Contact Us' section, but make sure you do so before your webinar day!


    Need more help?

    Don't hesitate to fill out our 'Contact Us' section, but make sure you do so before your webinar day!

  • Who We Are

    The Us Programme, founded in 2016 by Victoria Azubuike, is a project with the mission to help educate and inspire young females mainly from disadvantaged backgrounds to break boundaries and achieve goals.


    We understand that part of the way of becoming an individual who makes a positive impact is to learn the secrets from those who are already succeeding and by seeking out available opportunities.

    We aim to do this by offering self development, continuous support to ambitious female students and special access to a network of successful women in industry dedicated to sharing their knowledge and willing to helping you on your journey.

    Aimed at female students aged 14 to 19 (currently sitting GCSEs, A-levels or BTECs), our annual conference is comprised of many elements including case studies, panel discussions, group presentations, interactive workshops, networking opportunities and an on-going support and mentoring scheme.

  • Aims



    The Us Programme aims to help educate young females between the ages of 14 to 19 who are keen to learn about how they can achieve their career goals. We aim to offer a support system during our students’ academic careers through our annual conferences and development sessions.



    We hope to be a bridge that allows eager, intellectual and determined females in London to build long lasting relationships with professionals and like minded individuals.



    We understand without constant personal development it is not possible to reach our full potential. By providing our development sessions and annual conference we hope to encourage young women to pursue their chosen career path.


    Our mission is to continue to grow through engaging more female students and through our collaborative efforts with partner organisations.





  • The Blog

    September 2, 2018
    I am so excited to finally announce our newest event - ‘She Who Dreams - at The Shard!’ What a journey it has been to get to this moment! We started the planning back in December. I’ve learnt so much, experienced every emotion possible and faced many challenges along the way. Two years ago when...
  • Meet Our Team

    The Team

    Victoria Azubuike

    Founder & Director​


    University of Warwick

    Degree: Management Studies

    Describe Yourself in three words:

    Ambitious, Resilient & Enthusiastic.

    Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

    Working as a Management Consultant, whilst embarking on new journeys to reach and help as many young ladies as possible through the work of the Us Programme.


    Beulah Olisanekwu


    University of Exeter

    Degree: Liberal Arts - major and minor in Sociology and International Relations

    Describe Yourself in three words:

    Caring, enthusiastic and adaptable

    Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

    I would like to be working in a position in the banking and finance sector, in which I can help people in my community and give back to the people around me who need it most.

    Rachel Appiah


    Aston University

    Degree: Business Management and English Language

    Describe yourself in three words:

    Bubbly, Optimistic, Tenacious

    Where you see yourself in 10 years?

    Working in Consulting or Relationship Management. Alongside being an Entrepreneur (starting my own charity/foundation which supports less fortunate children and women). I hope to inspire and empower the people I come into contact with and use my life to be a blessing to others.



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