A statement by the institution said the first semester would commence on November 20, with arrival and orientation of students, and last for 18 weeks.
The statement added that lectures will last for five weeks before the Christmas break, while lectures will resume on January 2, 2024.
The mid-semester tests are scheduled to be held between January 22 and 27.
Matriculation for students is scheduled for February 22, while the first semester examination will be held between March 18 and April 7.
The statement also announced that lectures for the second semester will commence on April 8 and run for eight weeks before mid-semester tests start on June 3.
Second semester examination is billed to be held between July 29 and August 10.
EL-Amin University is one of the 37 new private universities recently licensed by the Federal Government.
The institution is backed by El-Amin Nigeria Limited, with retired General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida as the Chairman, Board of Trustees.
The institution is a growing institution committed to pioneering excellence at the cutting edge of learning.
The university is run with a vision of raising a new generation of leaders for the African continent.
“We are doing this on a holistic, human development and integrated learning curriculum to raise graduates who will develop their world,” the statement added.