It is possible to go to university without A levels by a means of entering with a different qualification. For example – If you are age 19+, then you are eligble to study an Access course, an entry route into higher education(HE).
Most colleges run an access course and it can be completed within one academic year – full-time, or 2 years – part-time.
Would I need GCSE’s to apply? Not necessarily as some colleges will accept you on the course if you can prove to them that you are capable of completing the course. If you do not have GCSE English and Maths then you will need to study these along side your access course.
Contact your nearest collegefor more information.