MAASTRICHT. The entire edition of the Keuzegids Universiteiten 2015 has to be reprinted because important data about ‘study success in first year’ were incorrect. This has consequences for most of the seventeen assessed Maastricht bachelor’s programmes. Law drops a few tenths (from 6.6 to 6.2) and is no longer in first but in fourth place in the Keuzegids 2015. Econometrics, International Business, Fiscal Law, European Law School, European Studies, Psychology and Biomedical Sciences also lose a few tenths, but that has no consequences for their ranking. Knowledge Engineering, which proudly took first place with an eight, rose to 8.2. Fiscal Economics and European Public Health also end up with slightly higher grades (6.8 and 6.4, respectively), but that has no effect on their ranking. University College, still firmly in first place in the revised version, forfeited 0.2. So not ten points for the college, but 9.8.