Single layer regions of MoS2 on SiO2 and SrTiO3 were identified by Raman spectroscopy and μ-photoluminescence before Kelvin probe force microscopy was performed. For the already known system MoS2/SiO2 we find 1.839 eV for the direct bandgap, in good agreement with earlier results. On MoS2/SrTiO3 the direct bandgap was determined to be 1.829 eV. From our Kelvin probe data we infer that the SrTiO3 substrate leads to a dipole layer at the interface of the MoS2 single layer. The corresponding μ-PL measurements however show no significant decrease of the bandgap. This shows, that in the case of MoS2 the carrier type as well as concentration is not significantly influenced by the choice of SrTiO3 as the substrate compared to SiO2.