This chapter looks at how a national three-year project in England has been exploring the issue of student engagement from the perspective of enhancing student scholarship skills. The Scholarship Project was a Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) funded catalyst project, administered by the Association of Colleges ( 2018 ), aimed at raising the profile of college higher education in England by exploring the ways that forms of scholarship might be able to enhance student learning. The chapter begins by briefly looking at the UK college higher education context – its history, role and some of its particular challenges. It proceeds to outline the scope of the national project and then, specifically, the role of scholarship in enhancing student engagement. The chapter finishes by looking at some specific examples of how student scholarship has been advanced in some of the colleges involved in the project. Namely: engaging students in research from induction; engaging students through peer-assisted study; and engaging students through a scholarship intern programme.