The senior level Chinese football coaches have enrolled on a 12-week quality training and management programme, reports Xinhua news agency.
The new programme is run by The University of Manchester and the Manchester Football Association.
The coaches will be taking study trips to St George's Park, the home of the Manchester City and Manchester United training complexes, and attending the FA Community Shield at the start of the 2017-18 football season.
The course is one of three in Britain for Chinese coaches this year, supported by the Chinese consulate, and stems from the university's and city's links with China.
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