Bauxite ore residue is a hazardous byproduct derived from alumina production, containing iron, titanium, aluminum and other valuable metals. The feasibility of an integrated technological route for recovering titanium from bauxite ore residue was verified in this study. Titanium-bearing iron concentrate was first recycled through magnetic separation process, and titanium was further leached from the non-magnetic material derived from the upper-stream process by using sulfuric acid. The effects of magnetic intensity on the recovery of iron, and the effects of sulfric acid concentration, leaching temperature, leaching time and liquid to solid ratio on the leaching of titanium have been investigated. The results showed a magnetic concentrate with total iron grade of 56.39% and TiO2 content of 8.66% was obtained under a two-stage magnetic separation process (intensity: 0.8T and 0.2T, respectively), and magnetic recoveries of iron and titanium attained 55.79% and, 17.37% respectively. 96.36% TiO2 was subsequently leached from the non-magnetic material under the optimal conditions of sulfuric acid concentration of 8mol/L, leaching temperature of 70°C, leaching time of 120min, and liquid to solid ratio of 8.