- The primary vocation of the university is "Research", someone who calls himself a university is supposed to be a researcher, he must have proven conceptual capacities.
- The university must be this crucible of laboratories to find solutions to the multiple and multifaceted problems of society and human existence.
But in Africa, after graduating from university, many graduates will still learn professional skills such as cooking(cooks), tiling, painting, sewing, carpentry, handling, handling, hairdressing, various skills in computer applications, mechanics, etc. Just to make a living or to survive.
How people can spend many years at university just to graduate and start learning sewing, tiling, painting, etc. ?? While all these trades can be learned well in the various professional training centers. " What a waste of time ! »
University education is totally overestimated in Africa so that it quickly becomes useless. Because we ignore the real vocation or the role of the university and academics. This is why, in the end, several African university graduates find themselves, on a professional level, "Repairers instead of being researchers and designers".