Foundation year (help)Watch
Complete your foundation year by asking for financial support from your current uni. See what they can do to help you get through the course. Once you’ve completed the course, it may be better to go home and apply to do a course that has online teaching. This will save you expense of living away from home, so your only paying for tuition fees. Honestly everything is now online even exams so it doesn’t matter where your studying from.
From what I understand, certain European countries such as Norway have free tuition fees even for foreigners and you'd just have to pay the miscellaneous fees. https://ec.europa.eu/education/study...ry-profiles_en.
As you’ve noted, foundation years are not universally accepted even within the same country, so elsewhere is likely to be even more case by case. That’s not to say that it is impossible, but you will need to approach some possible uni’s in your target country and see whether they would encourage you to apply or not.
Edit: I see from your previous thread that you’ve already contacted at least one Uni. Their reply suggests that they need to see both your modules and grades before advising further.