Ambrin graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2016 with a First Class BA (Hons) Degree in Jewellery Design. During her final year of study she was awarded the prestigious Swarovski Foundation Scholarship and was invited to speak at the Galerie Marzee International Graduate Exhibition in Holland. Following graduation Ambrin interned for legendary jewellery designer Shaun Leane and went on to complete further training in Peru, under the guidance of traditional Andean goldsmiths.
In 2019 Ambrin travelled to Mexico to complete an Artist in Resdiency project with the Arquetopia Foundation. Here she began to explore how she could use her practice to create contemporary 'treasures' that reflect evolving cultures and modern people.
In 2020 Ambrin was awarded a Mikimoto Pearls Certificate Scholarship. At the beginning of 2021 she completed her studies and recieved her GIA Pearls Certificate. Developing her knowledge of pearls to an advanced level allows Ambrin to produce outstanding work from a well informed and responsible perspective.