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my query is as follow:

 SELECT * FROM `C_Institute`
 (SELECT `instituteID` FROM `C_Faculty` WHERE `ID` 
 IN (SELECT `facultyID` FROM `C_EducationalGroup` WHERE `ID` 
 IN (SELECT `educationalGroupID` FROM `C_StudyField` WHERE `ID` 
 IN (SELECT `studyFieldID` FROM `b_PersonEmployment` WHERE `personID`=1 ORDER BY `startDate` limit 1) )));

but mysql not support limit and in on subquery. I don't know how I can write this query. can anyone help me please?

thanks in advance

You may rewrite this query a series of joins:

FROM C_Institute c1
INNER JOIN C_Faculty c2
    ON c1.ID = c2.instituteID
INNER JOIN C_EducationalGroup c3
    ON c2.ID = c3.facultyID
INNER JOIN C_StudyField c4
    ON c3.ID = c4.educationalGroupID
INNER JOIN b_PersonEmployment b
    ON c4.ID = b.studyFieldID
WHERE b.personID = 1
ORDER BY b.startDate

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Assuming ID in each table is referring to the other table then,

Try this and let me know :

select * from C_Institute c join C_Faculty f on c.ID=F.instituteID left join C_EducationalGroup e on f.ID=e.facultyID left join C_StudyField sf on e.ID=sf.educationalGroupID left join b_PersonEmployment p on sf.ID=p.studyFieldID where p.personID=1 order by p.startDate limit 1;  

Also, share your tables description for more clues

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thanks for all your answer. but I think join is not good way to solve this problem. I've done it by two query(maybe not good idea but better than join):

SET @studyFieldID =(SELECT `studyFieldID` FROM `b_PersonEmployment` WHERE `personID`=1 ORDER BY `startDate` limit 1); 
SELECT * FROM `C_Institute`
 (SELECT `instituteID` FROM `C_Faculty` WHERE `ID` 
 IN (SELECT `facultyID` FROM `C_EducationalGroup` WHERE `ID` 
 IN (SELECT `educationalGroupID` FROM `C_StudyField` WHERE `ID`=@studyFieldID 

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