Endometrial cancer (EC) is one of the most common gynecological cancers. Ferroptosis is a newly identified form of cell death characterized by iron-dependent lipid peroxide accumulation. Circular RNAs (circRNAs) have emerged as critical regulators for cancer development. However, circRNA-mediated modulation of ferroptosis in EC is yet to be clarified. In this study, we found that circRAPGEF5 expression was elevated in EC tissues compared to the normal endometrial tissues. In vitro and in vivo functional analysis demonstrated that circRAPGEF5 facilitates rapid proliferation of EC cells. RNA binding protein fox-1 homolog 2 (RBFOX2), a splicing regulator, was identified as the protein interacts with circRAPGEF5. Further studies revealed that circRAPGEF5 can bind to the Fox-1 C-terminal domain of RBFOX2 and induces specific exon exclusion of TFRC through obstructing the binding of RBFOX2 to pre-mRNA. As a result, elevated levels of circRAPGEF5 lead to ferroptosis resistance via the decreased labile iron pool and attenuated lipid peroxide production in EC cells. Additionally, a series of gain- and loss-of-function experiments demonstrated that knocking down or overexpressing RBFOX2 reversed the effects of knocking down or overexpressing circRAPGEF5 in EC cells. Finally, it is revealed that circRAPGEF5 promote the formation of TFRC with exon-4 skipping and confer ferroptosis resistance in EC cells through the interaction with RBFOX2. Collectively, these findings provide new insight into the molecular mechanism in which circRNAs mediate mediates ferroptosis via modulating alternative splicing, and circRAPGEF5/RBFOX2 splicing axis could be a promising therapeutic target for treating EC.