Low-temperature densification of titanium powder was attempted via pulse-current sintering under cyclic uniaxial pressure. The sintering was performed under cyclic or constant uniaxial pressure of 100 MPa and 200 MPa at temperatures of 400°C and 500°C. The effect of the cyclic pressure on the densification of the titanium powder was confirmed under all sintering conditions. When the sintering was performed at 400°C under a uniaxial pressure of 100 MPa, the relative density was 92.2% for sintering under cyclic pressure and as low as 77.3% for sintering under constant pressure. The relative density reached 97.7% through sintering at 500°C under a cyclic uniaxial pressure of 200 MPa. Thus, applying the cyclic uniaxial pressure during the pulse-current sintering is effective for preparing dense sintered titanium at lower temperatures.