I'm wondering if it's fine to omit my Bachelor education in my resume? I'm asking this because my Bachelor's GPA is quite low (think 3.00 to 3.30 out of 4.00) and it was obtained from a globally lesser known University in a third-world country (albeit one of the best nationally). I have a high GPA in my Masters degree and a STEM PhD from a top-tier European school. My goal is to break into MBB, ATK, OW, S&, RB or ADL in continental Europe or the Middle East.
I am aware that I can always explain the reasons of getting a low grade (e. g. active in a faculty club and exploring other interests that resulted into an innovative product at the end of my study), but the point here is to get the interview in the first place.
Would it be fine to just state my Master's and PhD background or perhaps omit my Bachelor's GPA while stating my Master's GPA and listing my activities during Bachelor's study (e. g being the President of a faculty club)? Should I already address this in my cover letter?
Thanks very much in advance!