The class in Chengdu in southwest China's Sichuan province costs around 10,000 yuan ($1,600), the Shanghai Daily reported.
Taught by a 42-year-old woman named Su Fei, the class promises to provide opportunities to women students to meet rich men as part of the course.
Su Fei says she married a multimillionaire when she was 37.
The class had a successful run in Shenzhen in Guangdong province seven years ago when more than 100 women applied to attend similar lessons, the daily said.
"If you want to approach a rich man, learn his hobbies and venues he would frequently visit. Then you pretend to meet him at the venues accidentally and you happen to have the same hobbies," the woman tells her class.
"During the first date, you should choose a seat carefully to let the light illuminate behind you at an angle of 30 to 45 degrees. This will make your face look prettier," she says.
The course teaches women not to order very expensive food at high-end restaurants or accept luxury gifts.
It says rich men usually favour teachers, doctors and civil servants and dislike flight attendants, journalists and shop-owners.
"If a multimillionaire dates you for two years and still doesn't plan to marry you, then you probably don't have the chance to be his wife," she says.
"It's important to control the pace during dating to marry him in one year. It's not wise to have an intimate relationship in the first two months," the teacher tells her class.