In line with the Government decision of 19 May 2015 a series of reforms to the student immigration system for international education were implemented, including introducing the Interim List of Eligible Programmes (ILEP). This interim measure was expected to be in place for a short period of time pending the introduction of the International Education Mark (IEM). However, as the IEM was not introduced in 2016 as originally anticipated, the Departments of Justice and Equality and Education and Skills have decided to extend the ILEP until such a time as a suitable replacement can be arranged. It should be noted that the ILEP was, and continues to be, a mechanism for identifying programmes eligible for the purpose of recruiting non-EEA students and is not a quality assurance process and nor should listing on the ILEP be represented as engagement with a quality assurance process.
You can find the ILEP list and all the details on this link.