The Technical University of Varna (TUV) is a public institution and one of the leading Higher Education Institutions and research innovation centres in Bulgaria. In the University more than 5000 students and over 300 PhD students take part in 33 Bachelor, 38 Master and 29 Doctoral courses and programs. Structurally, the University is comprised of 4 faculties: Faculty of Manufacturing Engineering and Technologies, Faculty of Shipbuilding, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Computer Sciences and Automation, 2 colleges and 22 departments that include a staff of 218 professors and assistant professors. The University has over 67500 square meters of building premises that include 12 buildings with over: 100 classrooms; 50 lecture halls; a modern sports centre and research and educational laboratories equipped with modern and state of the art equipment. Some of the centres and labs are: “Advanced technologies in design centre”, “CAD-CAM Lab”, “Applied technologies in Health Care”, “Samsung Innovation Lab”, “Naval architecture and marine technology centre”, “Mikrotik Lab”. The University has more than 120 contracts for international cooperation in education and research. In close agreement with all new requirements in the area of education, the TUV is transforming into an institution providing lifelong learning through the development of long-term learning services, the introduction of new forms and methods of training, establishing long-term partnerships for industry scientific service and creating permanent integration with Bulgarian and European universities through participation in joint projects. The University is experienced in the development and implementation of educational and research projects under various programs Erasmus+, CEEPUS, Horizon 2020, Frameworks programs, Leonardo da Vinci, Tempus, projects under the Operational Programs founded by the EU. The TUV is accredited by the Bulgarian National Agency for Evaluation and Accreditation and is ISO certified. The university is a member of the European University Association (EUA) and it is the first Bulgarian university accredited by EUA. TUV is a centre in research in the fields of Ergonomics (Ergonomics and Human Factors, Cognitive ergonomics, 3D models), Advanced technologies in design, Bioengineering, healthcare-related information technology solutions, occupational health and safety, integrated working science, psychology, the social and economic impact of healthcare-related innovations. In these areas at the university are formed, interdisciplinary research teams. For the development of scientific research and practically applied works in the field, active links are maintained with medical centres, health service provider organizations, laboratories and business. TUV collaborates closely with the Municipality of Varna in projects dedicated to ‘science in society and citizenship. Ergonomics, occupational health and safety and the various aspects of the health care-related innovations are topics in teaching in Bachelor and Master Programs, provided by the chairs of Industrial Design, Communication Engineering and Technologies, Social and Legal Sciences. Within a project under the Operative Program “Competitiveness of Bulgarian economy 2007-2013” a Center “Applied technologies in Health Care” is created. The interdisciplinary Center integrates innovation technologies in health care, ergonomics, information and communication technologies, psychology, social, economic and management sciences. At the TUV under the H2020 MAXIMA project, a laboratory for computer simulation in medicine is established. TUV is a partner in CIII-HU-1506-01-2021 Ergonomics and Human Factors Regional Educational CEEPUS Network with Coordinator Òbuda University, Budapest, Hungary and partners from Austria, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Croatia and Slovenia.