I don't understand why you object ot universities, Essorant.
The things your protest are what prepares us for the real world.
For example, I am studying to be a nurse. I am in several classes, all with deadlines, specific dates that class and lecture are held, course objectives, etc.
If I were to spend an inordinate amount of time on one thing and neglect the others, that simply prepares me for a work environment where I can spend half and hour taking vitals. That's just not realistic. If nurses all spend that much time doing one thing, one of two things would happen. 1.) Quality of patient care would plummet. Yeah, I'm taking vitals of one person very thoroughly, but what about my patient who's coding in another room and nobody knows it because everyone's taking vitals? or 2.) Hospitals would be forced to hire many more nurses. This would lead to nurses getting paid less, healthcare costs (aolready ridiculously high) skyrocketing, or both.
Learning punctuality and having the ability to multi-task, prioritize, and think about more than one thing at once are all very important skills in my intended career, and in most others.
'And there is little flexibility at University, they want everything so mathematically correct which hinders many of those who can make it to the same results but just need a different route and a bit more time. These people are not given access to University resources professors and professions.'
This isn't true at all. If you want to work at a slower pace, just take less credit hours, or go part-time.