Access restrictions? Never heard of it!
Access restrictions at universities mean that the number of students per year and the degree of study is limited or, in other words, not every student can begin the chosen course of study in spite of a general university degree in the desired year.
Yes, there are also access restrictions at the dear little University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, for the fields of landscape planning and landscape architecture as well as food and biotechnology.
There is currently no admission procedure for the course of studies of landscape planning and landscape architecture, as the number of students per semester is still too low.
For food and biotechnology, there is an admission procedure which is carried out once a year and then only 400 students have the opportunity to start.