In order to be accepted by a British University, students need to fill an application form and provide additional documents. Considering that there are more than a hundred British Institutions accepting students for studies each of which has its own admission requirements, one can very well assume that entry requirements may vary. A good start of managing applications can be found here.
Unless a student can present a very good Apolytirion and an acceptable English language qualification (TOEFL, IELTS, GMAT, etc) he/she will have to take GCE A-level examinations or complete an approved Foundation Course. (The IB which is an international Apolytirion-like qualification and it is offered at some private schools in Greece, is also an accepted entry qualification but once a student gets his Apolytirion they cannot go back to doing the IB.) Universities may also require an English Certificate such as IELTS or TOEFL.
Applying to a British University is considered to be a rather tedious and time-consuming process for many students. Anglia Foundation can guide you and support you throughout the whole application procedures so that you increase your chances of being admitted. For more information about applications, please get in touch with us.