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In this article, I draw a link between values, institutional culture and the Stellenbosch University (SU) Regulation for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Accumulation Transfer (CAT). I do this because the Regulation endorses the values of lifelong learning and the redress of inequalities. In turn, values form an important part of institutional culture. I use the "values" element of a four-part theoretical framework developed in a conceptual analytic study of institutional culturedoi:10.20853/32-4-2537 fatcat:ee5uvowugjfjlkgbktf7bkewqu