In the current study, we proposed a method of differential temperature rolling with electromagnetic induction heating to prepare Ti/Al composite plates in a protective atmosphere to realize the homogeneous deformation of Ti/Al bonding rolling and improve the interfacial bonding strength of the composite plates. The temperature field required for homogeneous deformation rolling of titanium and aluminum was constructed through finite element simulation by adjusting the parameters of electromagnetic induction heating, which made a temperature difference of about 632°C between titanium and aluminum, and the temperature of each plate was relatively uniform. The induction heating experiment was designed based on the finite element simulation, and the accuracy of the simulation results was verified by the experiment. The effects of rolling temperature and reduction rate of homogeneous deformation and bonding strength of Ti/Al composite plates were studied by rolling experiments. When the heating temperature of the Ti plate is 750–850°C, and the reduction rate is 30%-48%, with the increase of rolling temperature and reduction rate of titanium, the reduction rate of Ti plate and Al plate gradually tend to be the same. When the temperature of titanium plate and aluminum plate is 850°C and 188°C, respectively, with the rolling reduction rate of 48%, the deformation rate of Ti plate and Al plate is 46.8% and 48.6%, respectively, and the bonding strength of the composite plate reaches 77MPa.