Schottky junctions made from a titanium dioxide nanotube (TiO2NT) array in contact with a monolayer graphene (MLG) film are fabricated and utilized for UV light detection. The TiO2NT array is synthesized by the anodization and the MLG through a simple chemical vapor deposition process. Photoconductive analysis shows that the fabricated Schottky junction photodetector (PD) is sensitive to UV light illumination with good stability and reproducibility. The corresponding responsivity (R), photoconductive gain (G), and detectivity (D*) are calculated to be 15 A W−1, 51, and 1.5 × 1012 cm Hz1/2 W−1, respectively. It is observed that the fabricated PD exhibits spectral sensitivity and a simple power-law dependence on light intensity. Moreover, the height of the Schottky junction diode is derived to be 0.59 V by using a low temperature I–V measurement. Finally, the working mechanism of the TiO2NT array/MLG film Schottky junction PD is elucidated.