This paper is aimed at exploring the possible relationship on language learning style and the level of communicative competence of prospective teachers of English. Results of the study show that their style orientation belonged to sensory orientation scale with a frequency of 39 or 69.6%. In terms of their level of communicative competence, results of the study on the over-all competence test show that prospective teachers of English are fair users of English with a total mean of 23.97 with standard deviation of 5.44.
Correlation analysis however, shows the insignificant relationship between language learning style and the communicative competence of prospective teachers of English. This indicates that the language learning style has no bearing on the communicative competence of prospective teachers of English. Therefore, it is recommended that experiences in actual school environments for prospective teachers of English should also be enhanced in addition to a series of courses that will develop language learning style and communicative competence of English teachers.