Couple of questions based on your other 2 posts:
You say that “i have finished college and have enough credits to move onto university to undertake a degree. I fall in the US as a transfer applicant as i have college credits.”.
Are the “college credits” you refer to university credits? Apologies if you already know this, but in the US “college” and “university” are used interchangeably by most people- both refer to third level. Third level credits only count towards transfer status if you take them after you have completed secondary level, so a university level course taken as a secondary school student does not make you a transfer student. Foundation Years also do not count as having been enrolled in university.
As for getting in to HYPS, odds for everybody are tiny, they are tinier for international students, and if you are actually a transfer student they are simply infinitesimally small - but we know nothing about you to be able to give you any advice.
For international students there are two big questions: what is your budget, and is your goal to go to university in the US no matter what, or only if you can get into a tippy top name?