MBA students at the University of Sydney will advise Chinese enterprises planning to invest in Australia or do business with Australian companies.
The University of Sydney Business School's MBA program includes a China module that will cover China's economy and society, its business culture, corporate leadership and governance and international trade and investment strategies.
As part of their studies, students will gain consulting experience with Chinese enterprises through the Antai College of Economics and Management at Jiaotong University, Shanghai.
Other units within the module will be delivered by the School's China specialists and by experts from various Chinese universities.
"It's essential that all of our students have a good understanding of China," said Professor David Grant, co-dean of the School.
"Our China module offers them a unique opportunity to benefit from our relationship with Antai and to work with major Chinese enterprises. Eventually, they will be very well placed to play a leadership role in Australia's future business and trade relations with China."