Low UCAS points, a lot of work experienceWatch
I spent time working with Camp America and went into a career in finance. I’ve learnt a lot of real skills, but my goal was to join University (especially UWE or Plymouth) and study computing or software engineering. I’ve published my own video game onto Steam, and learnt a lot about computers for years since I was 12.
Is there a remote chance I would get accepted into any uni in a computing course with a foundation year?
they often put a requirement in about successfully achieving something in education in the last few years... but they don't tend to relax the requirement for maths and english gcse (or equivalent) so you'll probably need to already have C/4 in those.
best path is to enquire with the unis you're interested in
As the post above mentions, uni's are a bit more relaxed about Ucas points/grades when it comes to mature students and it helps that you have gained some experience. You could also consider doing an access course which is a year long and equates to 3 A levels.
Another option is to apply through clearing and as they need to fill up spaces on the course and grades are relaxed a lot even on the actual degree itself.
Best advice in these situations is always contact the individual universities due to them all having different requirements. I recently was planning on applying to uni after doing an access course maybe 8 year ago? thinking I'd have to redo it (and paying another fortune out for the same course!) turns out 95% of them are happy with my CPD I do at work! Ask the question!