The former CBC radio host is facing five counts of sexual assault and one of choking stemming from four alleged victims. He is expected to stand trial in 2016.
The court also heard the trial will be conducted by judge only and without a jury.
The proceedings have been scheduled to take place at Toronto’s Old City Hall.
Ghomeshi had previously denied the allegations of sexual assault in multiple Facebook posts and said while he engaged in rough sex, his relationships with women were consensual.
His lawyer, Marie Henein, has said her client will plead not guilty to all charges.