The KPH Educational Centre at Singerstraße 7 is situated in the palace of the Teutonic Order (Deutschordenshaus) in close vicinity to the Educational Centre Stephansplatz.
Over the centuries, the building accommodated numerous needy and also illustrious people like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart or Johannes Brahms. The Viennese Deutschordenshaus has been the home of the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order since 1809 and houses the two representative assembly halls of the Archiepiscopal Education Authority. However, only the treasury and the church are open to the public.
At the location Singerstraße, the KPH Vienna/Krems offers programmes for advanced training and teacher professional development.