This book is designed for students studying a first year physics course at university. It was designed to be a companion to University Physics by Young; however, it is not rigidly tied to that book. Each section has keywords at the end, hence readers wishing to read further on the material of that section can simply look up the keywords in the index of their own textbooks, whether it be Young or another. Each section has a brief description of the material, some worked examples, some problems for the reader to do with answers given, a list of keywords and important equations. At the end of the book there are model exam papers with worked solutions and practice exam papers with the answers given. The book concludes with a glossary and an index. Often the problem of understanding physics is one of being unable to see how the different topics in a chapter fit together. Hence at the end of each chapter is a concept map, which shows the relationship between the different topics. These have been developed by the editorial committee but are not necessarily unique. Hence it is suggested that on the completion of each chapter, readers draw their own concept maps and compare them with ours.