Nextfood took part in the co-design of a future Master Program in Agroecology and Sustainable food systems, held in Pollenzo February 26-27. Together with faculty staff and students from the University of Gastronomy Science (UNISG) and representatives from the Slowfood movement, Nextfood partners discussed the design of a one-year MSc program integrating the action-oriented and learner-centric Nextfood approach. The new program is an extension of the existing and well-renowned action-learning courses at the UNISG, which have been further developed as one of the cases of Nextfood. The delegates left Pollenzo with a positive spirit, not at least as a result of the insightful contributions made and the enthusiasm expressed by the UNISG students invited to the workshop.