This research studies the structure and mechanical properties of Ni/Ti multilayered composites produced from commercial pure Ni and Ti foils by accumulative roll-bonding technique. To investigate these properties, scanning electron microscopy, Vickers microhardness, and uniaxial tensile tests were conducted at different processing cycles. Studies showed that in terms of structure, Ni and Ti layers maintain their continuity even up to 10 cycles of accumulative roll-bonding. Moreover, the energy-dispersive spectroscopy in scanning electron microscopy detected no deformation induced diffusion or reactive interfacial zones. It was found that by increasing the accumulative roll-bonding cycles, tensile and yield strengths as well as the hardness of the composite enhance and the total elongation reduces continuously.